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September 2016

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October 2016


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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Up Close | Tim Reynolds of Wild Manta

Business, Up Close

With Tim Reynolds How should the region define a successful entrepreneur? If it is one who builds and then enjoys a successful exit from their company, then reinvests their resources and acumen back into their community, facilitating new businesses and…

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Executive Profile – Justin Mark Schanck


Company Name: CERTON Executive Name and Title: Corporate Project Manager Years in area: 9 Years at company: 8 Website: Justin Schanck was hired in June, 2008 as a Quality Engineer. He knew right away that CERTON was the company where he wanted to…

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Is Your Business Compliant?


What You Don’t Know Might Hurt You! [By: Sam Neff] Modern business owners deal with struggles that are very different than the ones faced by previous generations of entrepreneurs. This includes an increasingly competitive business landscape, challenges of attracting and…

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Orlando iX 2.0

Business Technology, Development

Showcasing Leading Tech Creators [By Adrian Rosales] What is Orlando to you? Is it the first place where  the words “Technology” and “Florida meet? For most, it is not. Instead, Orlando is synonymous with tourist entertainment, especially with Mickey Mouse…

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Measuring Employee Success

Business, Money

Insuring Retirement Readiness [By: Robert DeVries] I have previously written about The Power of Automating Your Retirement (Auto 5) to help improve the retirement lives of your employees.  These Auto 5 tools are: Automatic Enrollment Automatic Qualified Default Investment Alternative…

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From Business Plan to Business Model


The Evolution of Successful Business Planning [By: Dr. Peter McAlindon] I learned early on in my entrepreneurial journey that neither an idea nor a product was a business. But how many of us focus on building and perfecting a product…