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Ep. 136 – Busting Myths about Financial Planning and Finding Your ”Why” Behind Your ”What”, William Green & Robbie Kinney, MillCreek Financial Consultants

According to Forbes in 2022, only 23% of Americans had a written financial plan, while 37% had done no financial planning at all. It is a common misconception that you need to have a lot of money or be a business owner to seek out financial planning services and this could not be further from […]

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Ep. 135 – Ensuring a Solid Talent Pipeline for our Community and Experiencing Leadership Tallahassee with Dan McGrew, Workforce Program Development Senior Vice President, CareerSource Florida

On this episode of the Tallahassee Business Podcast, presented by MillCreek Financial Consultants, Dan McGrew, Workforce Program Development Senior Vice President of CareerSource Florida and Leadership Tallahassee Chair joins us to elaborate on the benefits provided throughout the CareerSource network. CareerSource Florida offers an integrated talent support solution to help businesses find, develop, and keep talented […]

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Ep. 133 – Bringing Down the Walls Between Small Businesses and Access to Capital, Mark Kruse, Florida First Capital

With a constant flow of new businesses entering the market, it is important for small business owners to know their options in Tallahassee. Each day, the Tallahassee Chamber advances opportunities that encourage business expansion, retention, and recruitment while supporting business-friendly initiatives. Florida First Capital is licensed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) as Florida’s Statewide […]

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Ep. 132 – Business Advocacy: Collaboration is Key to Community Improvement, Rob Clarke, Shareholder, Ausley McMullen and Chamber Chair-Elect/Business Advocacy Committee Chair

The Tallahassee Chamber is dedicated to improving the quality of life for our community, but what does this look like? Our focus is creating a strong regional economy by following a pro-job agenda that will foster growth in the areas of talent supply and education; innovation and economic development; community prosperity; and overall business climate. […]

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Ep. 131 Family-Friendly Work Policies a Win for Businesses, Families, and the Future, Madeleine Thakur, Children’s Movement of Florida and Michelle Ubben, Sachs Media

Research shows that higher kindergarten readiness rates translate into better life and health outcomes for children and lower crime rates in our communities. They also keep Florida businesses and workplaces competitive. The Children’s Movement of Florida’s ‘Bosses for Babies’ initiative helps employers implement work policies beneficial to businesses and working parents. On this week’s episode […]

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Ep. 130 – Florida A&M University ‘Boldly Striking’ Through Academic Excellence and Innovation, Dr. Shawnta Friday-Stroud, Dean, School of Business and Industry

In 2022, Florida A&M University launched a five-year strategic plan, ‘Boldly Striking’, with a goal to elevate performance and position FAMU to become a top 100 public institution. […]

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Ep. 128 Live Local Act: What Does it Mean For Businesses? Marco Paredes, Stearns Weaver Miller

While Florida has been experiencing an increase in new residents and demand for real estate over the past few years, the state has seen a dwindling availability of affordable and workforce housing. On March 29, Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 102—the Live Local Act—to provide developers with incentives to construct affordable and workforce housing […]

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