The City’s Building Department unveils a new drive-thru window to improve customer service, reduce wait times and streamline the permitting process. The City’s innovative outdoor lane is the first in the Nation to provide a drive-up window for its customers. The public and contractors can pick up permits and public records, drop off inspections, plan reviews and various departmental paperwork.
Sixteen Port St. Lucie students will trade in their textbooks and classroom lectures for safety glasses, cameras, computer software and customer service skills as a part of the City’s Job Shadowing Day on October 25, 2019, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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.
Think your business is too small for “HR” processes? Think again. It’s understandable that your growing small business is sharply focused on accelerating sales, managing cash flow and, of course, serving your customers. But with growth comes the need to hire, and with that comes the burden of complying with complex federal, state and local employment laws.
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.
Thanks for picking up and reading the second issue of Treasure Coast Business, the publication dedicated to all things business across the Treasure Coast. We have received a lot of terrific feedback regarding the publication since our inaugural issue hit the streets and business suites back in June. Readers tell us they appreciate the dedication to serious business content and stories, and many business owners and operators say they were pleased to finally see a magazine dedicated to covering Treasure Coast business activities and happenings.
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?
As one of the top destinations in Southeast Florida, the Fort Pierce area of the Treasure Coast has seen a resurgence of activity over the past few years. This neighborly community exudes the charm of ‘Old Florida,’ embracing its rich history while quietly and thoughtfully promoting the promise of the future growth of the town as the seat of the county. The downtown area abounds with small retail shops, restaurants, services and art galleries. The local business owners have pride in ownership, working together with the community and city to see it flourish. As a small business owner and one that will soon hold a beautiful office location in this wonderful town, we wanted to bring to light many of the local businesses that are the main reason Fort Pierce and the county are growing, but also showcase new area developments.
Residents and visitors now have an easy, new way to seamlessly connect with Port St. Lucie’s City Hall – no matter the time or day – via either a mobile app, website portal or telephone call.
Orlando, Fla. — More than 300 small business owners, professionals, and community leaders gathered for the ninth annual Small Business Leadership Conference June 26-28. Held in Orlando, the conference featured more than 40 speakers who discussed strategies and best practices for igniting strategic growth.