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GrowFL Discusses Florida’s Economic Outlook and its Impact on Small Business

Expert to Provide Tips on How to Prepare for Emerging Economic Landscape

The economic landscape of both Florida and the nation is experiencing a paradigm shift.  Businesses surviving challenging economic times have the opportunity to emerge as the leading enterprises of the next generation.  GrowFL wants to help businesses prepare for this evolution by presenting a seminar featuring a fresh, eye-opening approach to what lies ahead, while discussing ways to prepare for, and actually benefit from, the current economic environment.

Florida’s Economic Outlook and How it Impacts You
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Rollins College Mills Building – Galloway Room
1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Workshop Registration Fee: $10.00 per person.

This event is tailored to growth companies seeking to expand beyond the start-up phase. Jason Edwards, Managing Partner for Edwards Financial Services in Winter Park, is the keynote speaker. He will be discussing key topics, which should be a priority for all small business owners:

– What does the future economic landscape look like and what head winds should we be on the lookout for?
– What are some of the economic areas such as the Affordable Care Act and concerns that small business should be aware of?
– How can you position your investments and your company to be ready for what the financial and economic future holds?

GrowFL is providing the program in partnership with Edwards Financial Services, University of Central Florida (UCF), Florida High Tech Corridor, City of Cocoa, Rollins Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship, CEO Nexus, Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, and the UCF Business Incubation Program.

Space is limited and RSVP is required.  For more information or to reserve your seat, please visit: https://growfleconoutlook.eventbrite.com

 

Originally published by GrowFL

 

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