Quarterly Articles & Economic Scene

Agricultural News

Volusia County Farm Bureau’s Taste of Volusia Set for March 23

January 23, 2023

Presented by the Volusia County Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Program (VCYFR), the second annual Taste of Volusia event will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. March 23 at the Volusia County Fairgrounds.

Disaster Preparedness

Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Appropriation for Volusia County

January 23, 2023

After suffering unprecedented coastal erosion and more than $852 million in damages from hurricanes Ian and Nicole, Volusia County received some welcome relief.

Disaster Preparedness

Extension of Permit Fee Waiver and Mobile Housing

January 23, 2023

The Volusia County Council approved an extension of the resolution that waives permit application fees for repairing and reconstructing structures directly damaged by Hurricanes Ian and Nicole.

Entrepreneur Resources

Small Business Guide to Branding

January 23, 2023

Branding plays an important role in business growth. A cohesive, compelling brand can help grow your brand recognition and brand awareness.

Entrepreneur Resources

2023 Launch Your Venture Pitch Competition

January 23, 2023

Do you have a groundbreaking business idea? Have you developed a concept that would revolutionize aviation, aerospace or engineering? Do you have what it takes to be the next Student-to-CEO?

Webinars, Workshops & Forums

Introducing WOW Fridays at the Volusia Business Incubator

January 23, 2023

WOW (Work on Wisdom) Fridays is a new free initiative of the Volusia County Business Incubator to help business owners and entrepreneurs to work on their business.

Business News & Resources

Florida Ranked Among Best States to Start A Business

January 23, 2023

A new report released by personal finance website WalletHub ranked Florida as the second best state to start a business.

Workforce Updates

Volusia/Flagler Students with Disabilities Gain Valuable Skills Through Internship Program

January 16, 2023

PROJECT SEARCH, a one-year internship program that allows 18- to 22-year old students with disabilities to gain work experience as they transition out of high school, continues to create opportunities to help individuals develop personal and professional skills while preparing them for success in a work environment.

Workforce Updates

Join the Conversation to Identify Hidden Talent at Alliance4

January 16, 2023

In today’s ever changing labor market, the need to come together to hear and share best practices is more important now than ever.

Grants & Funding

AAEA Access to Capital Workshop

January 16, 2023

The African American Entrepreneurs Association (AAEA) has developed a series of industry leaders to provide small business training, coaching and marketing services.

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