The U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE will host a 2-Day Virtual Conference during National Small Business Week. The conference will take place Tuesday, May 7 – Wednesday, May 8 between 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM Eastern / 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM Pacific each day. Registration is FREE to the public.
The Villages® community is America’s fastest-growing hometown. From April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2018, the Census Bureau found the population of The Villages® community metropolitan statistical area grew from 93,420 to 128,754, an increase of 37.8%. The Villages® community growth rate for the time period was 10% higher than the second-place area, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, which saw a 27.7% growth rate.
The expanding world of amenities around Brownwood® Paddock Square is about to take a huge leap forward. The Villages® community has announced plans to build four additional commercial buildings at the community’s third town center – the next phase of transforming the area into a regional attraction.
AVONDALE, Ariz. – A hotel groundbreaking ceremony here in an old cotton field not far from Interstate 10 last month featured two United States senators, a hot catered lunch and a stream of speeches about driving economic investment to this corner of the Southwest that is still recovering from the Great Recession.
As a business owner, there is always something to manage. Things quickly get busy and details can fall through the cracks or get out of hand. Here’s a list of helpful reminders for you to add to your calendar to help you eliminate the worry. When you Mind your Sunbizness!, you can stay ahead of any unfortunate surprises. It’s your business; we want to help you take care of it.
Farm City Week has been held around the country since the 1950’s to help celebrate the abundant harvest of Florida agriculture. Sumter County Farm Bureau, along with many other community partners, offers a tour and an educational event during the month of November each year.
Farm City Week has been held around the country since the 1950’s to help celebrate the abundant harvest of Florida agriculture. Sumter County Farm Bureau, along with many other community partners, offers a tour and an educational event during the month of November each year. The Farm City tour offers Sumter County residents a firsthand experience to learn more about production agriculture from our local producers. This year, the tour stops included Mazak Ranch, Knight’s Farm Fresh Feeds, Sumter County Farmer’s Market tour, and lunch at the Sumter County Farmer’s Market. The educational event was held at Brownwood Paddock Square® in The Villages® community on November 9. Each year, the event brings awareness to the necessary partnerships between our farmers and county residents. During the event, residents sampled local foods, shopped at the farmer’s market, and learned more about the agricultural commodities grown throughout the county.
Sumter County Economic Development 7375 Powell Rd, Wildwood,