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Spacecoast Business is synonymous with business success in Brevard County.  Each monthly issue focuses on a specific topic relevant to the local business community, such as emerging technology, environment/green business, workforce development and economic outlook.  In addition, local business leaders…

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Foodpreneur | The Rusty Spoon

Featured, Foodpreneur, Profiles, Women in Business

How often do we duck into a local restaurant for lunch or dinner with only the thought of food and proximity in mind? We may have read a rave review or two, but in Orlando, we as locals (even visitors) can get overwhelmed by the advertising abilities of those larger national restaurants.

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Brevard Health Alliance

Blog, Healthcare, Management, Profiles

In 1992, Holmes Regional Medical Center created project HOPE (Health Outreach Prevention and Education) to provide follow-up services to uninsured patients following emergency department visits. The first clinic, at University Park Elementary School in Melbourne, opened in 1994 with a group of volunteer physicians and nurse practitioners from HRMC.

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Inspiring Innovation

Profiles, Women in Business

We are witnessing a period in history where medicine is advancing almost as fast as mobile phone technology. Though sometimes particular cures seem to come far too slow, contemporary breakthroughs and applications are astounding.

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Workforce Wellness | A Changing Philosophy: Dr. Joseph Mignogna

Business, Profiles

The title of Yvon Chouinard’s memoir “Let My People Go Surfing,” refers to his unique and highly successful philosophy institutionalized at Patagonia, his outdoor products company. With a company culture that is committed to sustainable environmental practices, Patagonia also encourages their employees to take a break and be active, preferably outdoors.

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Health Insurance | Group Health Insurance: Brian McNulty

Leadership, Management, Money

In today’s rapidly changing health insurance environment, many employers are exploring the possibility of moving to an Alternative Funding (or partially self-funded) option. While there has been significant change in the health insurance arena in the past few years – one thing remains the same in most cases – costs continue to rise.

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Leadership | Courage: Jeff Piersall

Development, Leadership

History pivots on certain critical actions, like when Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955. United States Attorney General Ramsey Clark said of her, “If Rosa Parks had not refused to move to the back of the bus, you and I might never have heard of Dr. Martin Luther King.” By sitting down, she stood for all her people.

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