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Emotional cocktail when selling your business

Scared- Excited-Worried-Optimistic-Nervous-Joy-Sadness-Anticipation Yes to all those. If you are selling or buying a business, chances are you will feel all the emotions above sometime in the process. Bianca Evans, consultant with Transworld Business Brokers explains that it’s rare that a business owner doesn’t feel some cocktail of emotions when selling a business. “I’ve only had a… Read More »

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Does Your Attorney Know Transaction Law?

When you’re selling your business, you need a good team to help you make it happen. That team should include your business broker, your accountant and your attorney. While many attorneys have a great skill set, it’s essential to have one with specific expertise in transaction law. Why? As a business broker, I’ve seen deals… Read More »

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Top 40 Business Students 2017

Community Leaders: It is with great pride I introduce to you the 2017 TOP 40 business students of the JU Davis College of Business. With the program in its 5th year thanks to our generous sponsors Brown and Brown Insurance and Predictive Results, Advantage Business Magazine gave well deserved recognition to some of the finest… Read More »

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How good record-keeping helps you sell your business

How do your books look? When you are aiming to sell your business, it’s worthwhile to take a close look at your record-keeping through the eyes of a potential buyer. You’ll want to understand how your tax-saving strategies will look to a prospective buyer, for example. An accountant can view your records based on generally… Read More »

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Prime to Disrupt

Ideal Gas: 100 years in the making- the propane gas industry is about to change Thousands of homeowners and businesses rely on a steady supply of propane to do everything from taking a hot shower in their home to cooking a pizza at their favorite restaurant. What started as an industry with hundreds of suppliers… Read More »

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The How-To’s on Social Listening

You need to listen In the healthcare industry, there’s no lack of conversation taking place on social media. Consumers are producing and sharing articles/blogs, discussing healthcare changes, expressing their opinions concerning their experience with your hospital, and that’s just the beginning. Are you listening to what is being said about your hospital on social media… Read More »

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Small Businesses Can Apply for Program to Help Them Grow in 2017

27 September 2016

Small business owners looking to scale up and grow in 2017 will soon have the opportunity to do just that. ScaleUp North Florida will accept applications for its 2017 program year from now until October 31, 2016. This will be the third year of the program, which is designed to create local economic impact by… Read More »

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Downtown Vision and The Elbow named recipient of a 2016 Award of Excellence

12 September 2016

During its 62nd Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Atlanta last week, the International Downtown Association (IDA) recognized Downtown Vision and The Elbow with the Downtown Achievement Award of Excellence for its work and initiatives related to The Elbow Marketing Co-Operative. The Award of Excellence is a new category that acknowledges innovative best practice entries, which were… Read More »

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Joseph Kissel Joins Ameris Bank As Chief Information Officer

11 August 2016

Ameris Bank Chief Executive Officer, Edwin W. Hortman, Jr. and the Board of Directors of Ameris Bancorp and Ameris Bank, announce that Joseph B. Kissel has joined the bank as executive vice president and chief information officer. Kissel joins the bank’s executive team at the Riverplace Tower in downtown Jacksonville. Kissel’s responsibilities in this role… Read More »

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Downtown Vision, Inc. presents the 2015 State of Downtown Report

03 August 2016

Earlier today, Downtown Vision, Inc., Downtown Jacksonville’s Business Improvement District, released a comprehensive 18-month summary on the growth of Downtown Jacksonville. This State of Downtown report provides details on development successes and announcements, office and employment trends, residential growth, retail mix, arts and culture, tourism, transportation and more. Highlights from the report include: Fifteen major… Read More »

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Seeking the Greener Grass of Entrepreneurship? Consider These Consequences First!

03 August 2016

By Mindy Barker, CPA, President, Mindy Barker & Associates Executives who have successfully moved up in the ranks of large corporations frequently find themselves evaluating if they should become an entrepreneur by starting up their own business.  The grass always looks greener on the other side.  You would have the ability to hire who you… Read More »

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Keep Your Horse at Your House minutes from Ponte Vedra?

01 August 2016

Its a little known secret that there are a few select properties near Ponte Vedra and Nocatee where you can keep your horse in the stables behind your home. One such property has just come available. Represented by Kristin Doakes, this beautiful equestrian pool home in gated community on premium land. Your family and horses… Read More »

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Law Offices of Kate Mesic Welcomes Attorney Winnie Staats

22 July 2016

The Law Offices of Kate Mesic is pleased to announce that Winifred R. “Winnie” Staats has joined the firm. Her practice areas include family law, domestic violence injunctions, criminal & DUI defense, and wills & trusts. Ms. Staats earned her Juris Doctor degree, with a Certificate in Business Law, from Florida Coastal School of Law… Read More »

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Forking Amazing Restaurants Hires Michael Bump as Executive Pastry Chef

07 July 2016

Forking Amazing Restaurants, a Jacksonville-based restaurant group comprising Ovinté, Bistro Aix and Il Desco, has hired Michael Bump as its first Executive Pastry Chef. Bump now oversees the pastry program for each restaurant in the group’s portfolio. His responsibilities include menu development, management of other pastry chefs and dessert catering. Matt Mannick, President of Forking… Read More »

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Community First Credit Union Appoints Executives to Board, Audit Committee

29 June 2016

Community First Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in Florida based in Jacksonville, announces it has appointed two local executive leaders to its volunteer board of directors and its audit committee. Malinda “Lindy” Prudencio has been named to the board and Alan Lovett has been named to the audit committee. Prudencio will serve… Read More »

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Ultimate CFO Jane Scofield joins 121 Financial’s Leadership Team

27 June 2016

121 Financial announced today Jane L. Scofield is joining as the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Scofield joins 121 Financial from Ennis, Pellum CPAs where she was the Director of Business Advisory Services. Scofield comes to 121 Financial with over 20 years experience in private and public accounting. She has served as in-house and outsourced… Read More »

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