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Company Profile – Spherion Staffing

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Connecting Skilled Talent to Rewarding Careers Marj Bartok started her business, a Spherion Staffing Franchise, in 1994. This year she is proud to be celebrating 22 successful years of business in Brevard County. Spherion Staffing has, since its inception, achieved outstanding results by…

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Executive Profile – Ron Oats Boy Scout

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Farewell To A Difference Maker: Ron Oats, CEO Central Florida Council Boy Scouts of America Since moving to Orlando in 2006, Ron Oats, Chief Executive Officer at the Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America, has become a fixture in…

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Executive Profile – CORT

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Company Name: CORT Executive Name: Joni Luce Location: Melbourne, FL Years in the Area: 3 Years at the Company: 3 Website: CORT.com Description: Joni Luce is a 25-year sales veteran with extensive experience in project coordination, budgeting, marketing and networking in the local community. Since joining…

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One on One | Anthony Parkes of World Chambers Federation

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Anthony Parkes, Director, International Chamber of Commerce and World Chambers Federation By Eric Wright Nothing inspires innovation like international commerce. Our English word “phonics” is a tribute to the inventors of the phonetic alphabet, the Phoenicians. They developed this quantum…

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Brevard Health Alliance

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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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Foodpreneur | The Rusty Spoon

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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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