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MWSBE #GetsInTheLOOP
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

Ensuring that all businesses have an equitable chance to grow and thrive in Tallahassee-Leon County is central to OEV’s mission to promote economic development in our community.   “With our partners, we can help minorities and women take advantage of all the tools in the OEV tool kit to help them grow” – Darryl Jones,
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#GetInTheLOOP
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

Are you in the LOOP? OEV’s brand new Business Retention and Expansion initiative, the Capital Local Outreach Opportunity Program (CapitalLOOP), is underway and ready for business. Take advantage of our cutting-edge business intelligence and customized data analytics to perform location marketing and grow your business. Interface between community and government partners to ensure you are
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Celebrating One Year of OEV
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

It’s hard to believe OEV first opened its doors one year ago. From day one early last spring, and with the support of the Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency, we hit the ground running and built a dynamic staff dedicated to the accountability, transparency, citizen engagement and professional management of economic development initiatives. It’s been a great
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2016 Performance Report now Available
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

The Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency Performance Report was made available earlier this week and highlights the successes of 2016 as well as the goals that will carry the Blueprint promise forward in years to come. Read the Performance Report>>

Jim Moran Institute Opens Applications for Small Business Executive Program Class VI
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

The Jim Moran Institute has opened applications for its Small Business Executive Program (SBEP) Class VI in Tallahassee.  The program is designed to assist CEO’s in thinking differently to become more efficient in running their business. Those interested should visit www.jmi.fsu.edu and click on Programs to apply. Businesses that have been operating for more than
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Free CoWorking Spaces Available for Affected Businesses
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

To help local businesses rebuild after Hurricane Hermine, Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality is coordinating with Domi Station and Co-Lab @ The Pod to offer free working space to those businesses affected by the storm and recent power outages. Domi Station and the Co-Lab @ The Pod will provide is free co-working space through
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After Hermine, County and City Waive Permit Fees to Rebuild
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

To help the community rebuild after Hurricane Hermine, Leon County and the City of Tallahassee will waive growth management and building permit fees for storm-related repairs. Fees will also be waived retroactively for completed projects. Permit fees to remove storm-damaged trees will also be waived. To be eligible for the waiver, the person performing the
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Economic Development Plan Primed for Rollout
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

City of Tallahassee and Leon County officials teased parts of the area’s new economic development plan during a breakout session Saturday at the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Annual Conference in Amelia Island. The unreleased plan, which would require the approval of city and county commissioners, includes initiatives aimed at business formation, business retention and expansion, tech transfer
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Top States for Doing Business
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

Florida ranked #7 overall The 7th annual “Top State for Doing Business Survey” gauges the current business climate among the fifty states as perceived by the industry’s most active site consultants. Florida also ranked #1 in corporate tax environment and #4 in cooperative and responsive state government. Plus, highly in multiple other top factor categories.
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New Office of Economic Vitality Taking Shape
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

A new economic development agency is taking shape in Leon County. Public and private sector leaders were drawing up a strategic plan for the organization Friday, August 5, 2016 at the Center for Advanced Power Systems in Innovation Park. Ben Pingree, who heads the joint City/County Office of Planning, Land Management and Community Development, said
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