Serving St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties

St. Lucie taxable property values increase 6.5 percent

Taxable property values in St. Lucie County increased 6.5 percent to an estimated $23.4 billion, according to Property Appraiser Michelle Franklin’s estimated taxable property values submitted to taxing authorities.

The values are required to be submitted by... Read more...

Country’s largest Gander RV and Outdoors opens in Fort Pierce

The new Gander RV & Outdoors in Fort Pierce officially opens at 9 a.m. Friday. The newly constructed dealership at 2121 S Jenkins Road is the largest Gander RV & Outdoors facility in the country. The 90,000 square-foot building sits on approximately 35 acres.

“We are excited to bring Gander RV & Outdoors to the wonderful community of Fort Pierce... Read more...

Burlington store reopening, Hope Woodhouse Named Hometown Hero

The Burlington store in Port St. Lucie, 1363 St. Lucie West Blvd., is reopening at 8 a.m. Friday. Prices will be marked down 50 percent.

“We have been looking forward to safely re-opening our store locations and providing extraordinary values on our wide assortment of merchandise to area residents,” said Michael O’Sullivan, CEO of Burlington Stores. “These are challenging times for all of us and the need for value is greater than ever. We look forward to welcoming our customers and associates back into our stores.”

Burlington officials said the 50 percent discount is... Read more...

Treasure Coast coronavirus testing surpasses 10,000 mark

Coronavirus testing of people on the Treasure Coast broke the 10,000 mark today as the growth in case numbers continued to decline. Meanwhile, the Treasure Coast remained free of reports of coronavirus deaths for St. Lucie, Martin or Indian River for the eighth consecutive day.

St. Lucie, double the size of Martin or Indian River, has reported 5,336 people tested with 284 people (5.3 percent) having positive results. In Martin, 2,561 people have been tested, with 261 people (10.2 percent) having positive results. In Indian River, 2,343 people have been tested, with... Read more...

No coronavirus deaths on Treasure Coast for 5 straight days

The Treasure Coast hasn’t had a coronavirus death on the Treasure Coast reported for five straight days, the longest stretch since the first death was reported March 27.

The deaths for the three counties has remained at... Read more...

22 more coronavirus cases reported on Treasure Coast

An additional 22 cases of coronavirus were reported on the Treasure Coast today, the highest number since April 7.

The report comes a day after just two additional cases were reported. If the two days are averaged for 11 cases each they are in line with more recent daily reports.

Sixteen additional cases were reported today in... Read more...

Just 2 additional cases reported today

Just two additional coronavirus cases were reported today on the Treasure Coast.

St. Lucie County reported 259 cases after being readjusted downward from Monday’s report of 260. Indian River County remained at 99 cases while Martin County had... Read more...

2 more coronavirus deaths reported in SLC

The deaths from coronavirus of two people on the Treasure Coast were reported over the weekend while growth in case numbers continued to decline from their peaks.

St. Lucie County reported both deaths: a 73-year-old man whose case was first reported April 22 and a 76-year-old man whose case was first reported April 29. The Treasure Coast has had... Read more...

Tom Kindred

Publisher's Note

PANDEMIC CHANGES PLAYBOOK RADICALLY FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

We hope this issue of Treasure Coast Business finds you, your family and your business team safe and healthy.

Remember the good ole days of small business ownership — just a few weeks ago — when the greatest challenges only included hiring employees, government regulations, federal income taxes, compliance, health care, cash flow, rising costs and understanding social media. Business as usual is now unusual. The playbook, rules and playing field for small business have changed, maybe forever. Read more...

Michael Bernard

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

Options available for small business owners if coronavirus affects ability to pay bills

Coronavirus is having a significant impact on many small businesses and no one knows how long or how hard the economy will be affected. If you are having trouble paying your bills due to a reduction or a complete stop in revenues or higher than usual expenses related to COVID-19, here are eight options to consider if your business can’t pay its bills. Read more...

Gerri Detweiler

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

It’s a good idea if business owners apply for SBA stimulus loans right away

If you’re a Florida business owner struggling financially right now, the way so many are thanks to COVID-19, you know the future is uncertain for us all. If you’ve even toyed with the idea of applying for one of the Small Business Administration stimulus loans, I encourage you to go ahead and do so now.

While, yes, there is $367 billion green lit to aid small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, the fact is: We don’t know how long it will last. An unprecedented number of businesses have shut down or have seen a slowdown in sales. And those business owners are lining up to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) or the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). Read more...

Katherine Culhane, Associate Director for the Florida SBDC

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

Pandemic and pending recession is a good time for small businesses to refocus marketing strategy

Amid unprecedented fear, anxiety and uncertainty, small businesses might think it’s time to pause their marketing.

Not so fast.

Marketing and branding experts say this is the time to strategically continue investing in marketing, yet the messaging needs to shift for the coronavirus recession we are entering. Read more...

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

Vigilance urged when dealing with COVID-19 economic relief programs

With nearly $400 billion on the line between the Economic Injury Disaster Loans and the Paycheck Protection Program, I guess it shouldn’t be a surprise that there would be fraudsters targeting small business owners during these challenging times. Avoiding small business lending scams and fraud related to COVID-19 requires you to be diligent and on the lookout for grant fraud, loan fraud and phishing scams.

The Small Business Administration offers some guidance on how scams and fraud schemes work and what activities should throw up a red flag, warning you about possible fraud. Read more...

piper masks

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

Piper Aircraft joins national effort to manufacture protective gear

More accustomed to building single- and twin-engine airplanes, Piper Aircraft Inc. in Vero Beach switched gears during the coronavirus pandemic to produce protective gear to help support the needs of Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital.

Additionally, Piper donated more than 1,300 N95 masks manufactured by 3M to the hospital. Read more...

COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY

Small business guide to Covid-19

Tips to Do Right Now to Stay Afloat. SBA Loan Programs explained. Read more...

Agriculture

Financial institutions going forward with mergers and acquisitions

Three banks with strong presence on the Treasure Coast are expanding or merging, according to deals that were announced in the months before COVID-19 upset global financial markets.

Customers won’t see many changes right away, but each of the financial institutions says customer service will be enhanced by improved digital banking platforms, in time for the new remoteness of American life. Read more...

Manufacturing

Electrical component manufacturers combine operations under one large roof in Port St. Lucie

TAMCO Group has opened its 411,000-square-foot fulfillment and manufacturing facility in Port St. Lucie, making it the largest facility operated by a private business in the city.

Manufacturers of private label lighting and electrical supplies, TAMCO built the facility at 11675 SW Tom Mackie Blvd. to meet the continued growth of its customer base throughout North America. The building’s footprint is nearly 9 acres under roof – the equivalent of more than 61/2 football fields. The expansion successfully merged the company’s operations from 222,000 square feet across five locations.  Read more...

Agriculture

WHAT'S IN YOUR SALAD?

Florida’s economy may run on tourism, but agriculture is next in line. Fellsmere, in northern Indian River County, is home to citrus groves, farms and cattle ranches. It is also the home of Ecotone Farm owned and operated by Jerry and Tamara Renick.

In business since 2012, its name gives a clue to its philosophy — Ecotone’s mission is to produce a high quality, nutritious product that has little to no impact on the natural environment, is pesticide free and non-GMO (genetically modified organism).  Read more...

Florida Small Business Development Center

Treasure Coast business owners receive credentialed consulting from local SBDC

Since the end of last year, Florida and the rest of the world have been caught up in the throes of the coronavirus scare. While health is obviously the primary concern, COVID-19 presents just one more challenge for small businesses in the state.

According to the State of Small Business report 2020 from the Florida Small Business Development Center, there are 2.5 million small businesses in the Sunshine State. Eighty-eight percent of them have fewer than 20 employees. In total, Florida small businesses employ 3.4 million – or 41.6% of all private sector employees. Read more...

Indian River State College News

Ci’s Stork Named Entrepreneur of the Year

Robert “Bob” Stork, founder and CEO of Communications International, was named Entrepreneur of the Year for 2020 by the Indian River State College Foundation. Stork was recognized for the honor on Feb. 26 at a gala dinner at the Richardson Center at IRSC’s Mueller Campus in Vero Beach. Bank of America was the presenting sponsor of this year’s gala. Read more...

Business Education

Collegiate DECA chapter prepares members for success in the business world

Collegiate DECA is an internationally recognized organization that prepares students for careers in business. The Collegiate DECA Chapter of Indian River State College is heavily involved in the community. Participation in community projects provides an opportunity for members to develop a better understanding of the role civic activities have in society. Read more...

Daryl Krauza

Best Practices

Business litigation can be a long and overwhelming process without guidance

If you haven’t been involved in litigation before, the process can be overwhelming. The term business litigation covers a wide variety of cases including breach of contract, partnership or shareholder disputes, disputes between owners of a business, real property, and even cases outside of a traditional business context like probate and trust disputes, to name a few. Whether you are an individual, a local business, or a large national corporation, a case will follow the same basic lifecycle, which is described below. Read more...

Barricade International Inc. founder John Bartlett, right, and son and Vice President Ben Bartlett

Innovations

ENTREPRENEURS LEARN THE ABCs OF PROBLEM SOLVING

For most people the world of entrepreneurship, new technologies and innovation exists only in Silicon Valley, world renowned research institutions or at least in the big city — right? At its core, entrepreneurship is about problem-solving. It is about creating and developing simple solutions for people’s everyday problems. One does not have to create the world’s next greatest idea to find or realize success as an inventor or entrepreneur. It is about simple solutions to everyday problems.

Everyone, no matter the geographic location, would welcome these solutions to their problems. Entrepreneurial opportunities are swirling around each of us every day, but we must be listening for the problems. Read more...

Cleveland Clinic

Research

Bio’s Back

The city’s dream for a world-class bio-tech center gets a new lease on life thanks to Cleveland Clinic deal.

A $1.5 million albatross around the city’s neck is gone, cut loose by the Cleveland Clinic’s recent decision to lease the former Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute of Florida’s 107,000-square-foot lab building in Tradition.

“We’re turning a liability into an asset,” says City Councilman John Carvelli. Read more...

King’s Landing project

Development

Massive residential, retail complex could transform downtown Fort Pierce

The 7.2 acres between Indian River Drive and Second Street in downtown Fort Pierce that formerly housed the H.D. King electric plant could be transformed into an $85 million development featuring a hotel, townhomes, condominiums, retail and office space.

The Fort Pierce City Commission in June selected Audubon Development as master developer of a plan called King’s Landing. The centerpiece would be a 100-125-room hotel, surrounded by upscale townhomes and 60 condominiums, and apartments fronting onto the Indian River Lagoon. Forty thousand square feet of retail, 14,000 square feet of restaurant and office space will complete King’s Landing. Read more...

Whiticar Boat Works in Stuart

Small Business

SMALL BUSINESS CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE JOB MARKET

Jim Dragseth’s uncle, Curt Whiticar, started repairing and refurbishing boats in 1947 in Stuart when he established Whiticar Boat Works. Jim’s father brought his family to Stuart in 1949 and joined his brother in law making the foundation for a company that remains vibrant 70 years later. Jim joined in 1969, sweeping floors, sanding boats and doing whatever needed done. Today, he is president of the company.

On the day after Labor Day, he led nearly 50 employees at Whiticar boat yards in Stuart and Fort Pierce as they spent long hours returning boats from dry storage after Hurricane Dorian passed by the Treasure Coast. Read more...

solar farm

Energy

FPL ENHANCES EMISSIONS-FREE SYSTEMS TO MAKE FLORIDA WORLD LEADER IN SOLAR POWER

Known as the Sunshine State, a moniker that attracts many tourists and helps the state’s economy, Florida is now seeing ever-expanding utilization of this great natural resource. Florida Power & Light Company has been harnessing the sun’s rays to provide electric power for homes and institutions since it built the first solar energy center in DeSoto County, the largest of its kind in the United States, in 2009.

The first Treasure Coast operation, a hybrid natural gas-solar facility known as Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center, has 190,000 mirrors spread over 500 acres. The 75-megawatt plant, the first hybrid of its kind in the world, began operation in December 2010 and is the only one of its kind that FPL operates. Through the use of solar panels and natural gas, along with its current nuclear power plants, FPL is working to lessen its carbon footprint in Florida. Read more...

Michael Lauther with Phoenix Metal Products, Inc.

Jobs

QUICK PATH TO GETTING THOSE SKILLED WORKERS

Employers: Is recruiting a reliable stream of qualified job candidates becoming a challenge? Do you want to plan for the future to create a workforce for the next 20 years and beyond?

If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, an apprenticeship program custom-designed for you by CareerSource Research Coast could be just what your factory floor needs. Read more...

American Icon Brewery

Business Trends

SMALL BREWERIES ARE HOPPING AND FLOURISHING

Not long ago a desert for craft beer lovers, the Treasure Coast is now home to 10 small breweries, one of them an easy drive for most people in the area. All 10 have been established in the past seven years and stretch from Sebastian in the north to the newest one in Stuart. None are in Okeechobee County yet.

Sailfish Brewing Company in downtown Fort Pierce was the first, opened in early 2013. David BuShea, president and co-founder of Sailfish, says when he opened, the closest craft brewer was Tequesta Brewing Company, 40 miles away. Read more...

Best Practices

MAKE YOUR ACCOUNTS PAYABLES WORK FOR YOU

Payables are all the ways your business spends cash, from buying inventory and office equipment to paying employees and taxes. How do you keep your costs down in light of all the different ways cash can leave your business?

An important goal should be to make sure cash inflow exceeds cash outflow. Start with planning your payables so they’re predictable — and maximize them to their greatest potential. Read more...

 

Tom Kindred, right, regional director for Florida SBDC at IRSC, interviews Melissa Roberts, managing director of operations, Jim Moran Institute, and Michael Myhre

Florida Small Business Development Center

STAY TUNED FOR ALL THINGS BUSINESS

Want to be in the know about Treasure Coast business? Then tune in to WPSL and WSTU for Startup Talk, a weekly business talk show entering its fifth year of broadcasting.

Startup Talk has broadcast more than 175 live episodes of the program. The show was designed and created to promote and create awareness regarding the business assistance and resource programs available at Indian River State College under the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneurship Development Institute. Read more...


Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston

Healthcare News

CLEVELAND CLINIC TAKES OVER MARTIN, VERO HOSPITALS

The face of healthcare changed substantially on the Treasure Coast at the start of the year when Cleveland Clinic’s growing hospital system took over a hospital in Vero Beach, two in Stuart and one in Port St. Lucie.

The four hospitals include three that were part of the Martin Health System, which is now Cleveland Clinic Martin Health. Read more...

Economy

PORT LEADS WAY INTO NEW ERA OF PROSPERITY

After years of dormancy, the Port of Fort Pierce leaped into its new life as a mega yacht maintenance, repair, overhaul facility and jobs creator on April 16. A standing ovation followed a lease agreement approval by the St. Lucie County Commission.

Jubilant county officials and top executives from Derecktor Shipyards rose from their seats, grinned and clapped in a burst of excitement and emotion just after commissioners approved a 30-year, $37-million lease of their 12.5 acres at the port with Derecktor Shipyards of Dania Beach — soon to be Derecktor Shipyards of Fort Pierce. The lease can be renewed three times for 15 years each. Read more...

The Historic Dodgertown sports facility in Vero Beach

Sports Economy

REBOOTING A SPORTS LEGACY

Major League Baseball took over management of Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, announcing in April it is renaming the facility the Jackie Robinson Training Complex after the Hall of Famer who broke the color barrier when he signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. MLB began managing the property following a leasing agreement.

The move will be an additional boost to the Vero Beach economy. Read more...

Treasure Coast Business Magazine Summer 2019

Interview

Interview on Aug. 16, 2019 with Indian River Magazine Publisher Gregory Enns about the company’s new business publication, Treasure Coast Business Magazine, on Tom Kindred’s “Startup Talk’’ show on WPSL radio. Read more...


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St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce
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