By Kelcee Griffis
University of Florida is changing its message.
On Aug. 29, UF rolled out a new branding campaign called “For the
A local nonprofit has received its third grant from the U.S. Department of Labor — this time, in the sum of $1.1 million.
It’s no secret that out-of-towners flock to Gainesville for fall football weekends and that hotel rooms in the Swamp vicinity
As promised at an early July meeting, the Alachua County Commission has rolled out four public hearing dates on the topic of Plum
The first medical isotope manufacturing facility of its kind in the United States will be making its home in Alachua County.
Local startup Sharpspring recently announced its merger with publicly traded corporation SMTP, Inc.
SMTP, Inc. (NASDAQ:SMTP) became a leader in commercial and consumer
When Kevin Blighe rides a train across Europe on a conference call with a client, you might not
Online retailer giant Amazon.com marked its foray into smartphone development when it launched Fire on June 18,
Dan Drotos, with Bosshardt Commercial & Land, has recently been promoted to to the division’s vice president.
Drotos said his
Dana Clayton has been appointed interim president and CEO of the United Way of North Central Florida.
Clayton, who also directs United
Sonny Tillman stood at the restaurant door calling people “darlin’” and “honey” and hugging customers’ necks as the smell of
Each month, the Business Report spotlights a local traveler who frequents Gainesville Regional Airport.
Name: Daira Vargas
By Allison Downey
Whether you’re a locally-owned start-up company or a multi-billion dollar global corporation, these five quick tips will help you to
By Amanda Purser
One of the most disheartening things that can happen as a business owner is receiving negative comments or
By JJ Jarrell
One of a small-business owner’s greatest challenges is attracting and retaining talent. Often, the owner feels a special
Contributed by W.J. Rossi, CFP, ChFC; Tim Roark & Ben Doty, CFA; Koss Olinger & Company
According to the General Accounting Office,
With the growth of the communication industry, PR practitioners are often able to directly communicate with their public. This could leave some
When used correctly, the English language is a powerful tool to win people over.
Whether you’re wordsmithing