© 2016 All rights reserved.
Take a look around your office space. Does it entice workers? Do they want to be there? Does it serve a purpose, beyond serving their employer?more»
On behalf of the hospitals, healthcare systems, life sciences companies and thousands of healthcare workers of Florida, we are writing to ask all life sciences and other organizations to consider how you may be able to help bring additional supplies and other resources to our healthcare institutions so they can continue to test and treat patients with COVID-19.more»
Funders in Palm Beach County have joined together to establish a coordinated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relief and Recovery application process.more»
Florida’s Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) sector is vital to maintaining the state’s public health and increasing community health resilience.more»
JUNO BEACH, Fla. – Florida Power & Light Company today announced its plan to significantly lower bills for the second time this year and fast-track savings to customers amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Subject to Florida Public Service Commission approval, beginning May 1, FPL plans to issue a one-time decrease of nearly 25% for the typical residential customer bill as a result of lower fuel costs.more»
The Business Development Board, in partnership with Palm Beach County, The Economic Council, Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., and Florida East Coast Chapter is bringing updates to the Palm Beach County business community to provide focused information from government and economic stakeholders as we work together to navigate the new set of circumstances presented to us by the global COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, we will hear about plans relevant to the continuity of services, current projections, and available assistance for affected businesses.more»
In light of the ongoing impact of COVID-19, Palm Beach County employers are having to make some difficult business decisions. That said, it’s fortunate that we started all this from a position of economic strength and we are optimistic that this pandemic will be short-lived so that companies large and small can get back to normal soon.more»