This four-day camp is designed for high school students entering9th–12thgrades.Participants will gain hands-on experience building, running, and executing programs on FANUC Industrial Robots.
Buy or selling a business is an important decision requiring operational, financial, and strategic considerations. This free webinar will provide tips on what you need to do in order to buy or sell a business successfully. Don’t repeat the mistakes that others have already made.
Jim LaGrone, our presenter, has extensive experience in buying and selling businesses. Learn from an expert.
Florida Companies to Watch celebrates growing second-stage companies headquartered in Florida. Companies to Watch was developed by the Edward Lowe Foundation as a unique way to recognize and honor second-stage companies that demonstrate high performance in the marketplace with innovative strategies and processes, making them “worth watching.” Presented by GrowFL, in association with Edward Lowe Foundation, Florida Companies to Watch is an awards program like no other. We all have a compelling story to tell. We encourage you to tell yours!
The 2017 Sidney B. Meadows Scholarship Application process has now closed, but the 2018 application is now available. This year, the fund will award a total of twelve $1,500 scholarships to twelve students for a total of $18,000. In 2018, we expect to award the same.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The federal government will provide $340 million to help Florida citrus farmers recover from Hurricane Irma.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the grant on Tuesday, nearly eight months after Irma struck the state causing more than $2.5 billion in damage to the state’s agriculture industry.
The money will help citrus growers plant new trees, replace damaged irrigation and other equipment and make up for losses expected in the 2018 to 2020 growing seasons.
Florida chamber survey also shows good signs for Florida’s economy
TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s small business owners say their No. 1 concern is a lack of skilled workers, according to a new Small Business Index Survey from the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
It is the fifth quarter in a row in which employers say they are concerned about having a skilled workforce to meet the demands of open jobs.
Deadline to Register is May 15, 2018!!!
May 23, 2018, 8:00 am- 4:30 pm
Leesburg Community Center at Venetian Gardens
Register now at http://lakesumtershrm.org/meetinginfo.php
$75.00 for LSSHRM / SHRM Members; $85.00 for Non-Members; $25.00 for Students
Group Discount of 5 or more $50.00 per person
VENDOR EXPO, DOOR PRIZES, CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST, AND LUNCH INCLUDED!!!!
Register now to be a part of Sumter County Chamber of Commerce’s annual business expo. This year we are celebrating the variety of businesses in and around Sumter County and offering them a platform to shine.
Vendor spaces are limited! You do not want the miss the opportunity to promote your business and meet hundreds of new and potential customers or clients.
This NO COST seminar focuses on identifying typical pain points in any existing business and how to find relief. Highlights include: understanding ways to operate to minimize business challenges and maximize customer satisfaction,and how to leverage your existing accountants, banks, insurance agents, etc. to provide relief.