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OEV Website Now Available in English and Spanish

07/07/2021

We have an incredible community of businesses that represent a wide range of racial and ethnic minority communities that need our support. At the Office of Economic Vitality, we are continuously working to enhance economic inclusion and create accessible resources in Tallahassee-Leon County.

In acknowledgment of this, OEV is pleased to announce that we have introduced a new language setting that enables users to view content in Spanish, now making the OEV website available in English and Spanish. With this change, the enhancement expands access to vital programs and resources to a wider population while continuing to assist local and prospective businesses, closing the information gap to better serve diverse communities. This new setting is especially important in our commitment to support minority-owned businesses within our Minority, Women and Small Business Enterprise (MWSBE) Division.

It is vital to continue to find new and meaningful ways to enhance business relationships and equity within our community and on an international scale. The access to in-language information is imperative to the success of economic inclusion and vitality in our local community.

The language of the website can be changed by switching languages in the drop-down menu located at the bottom right of each page (see screenshot). To check out the new language setting, visit oevforbusiness.org. If you run into any difficulties or have questions about specific contents, please contact our Communications team.

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