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We Are All In This Together: Economic Development Crowdfunding

The saying “it takes a village to raise a child” can also apply for businesses and economic development projects. The rise of online donation and More...

Business Development A Never-Ending Job

The city of Boca Raton woke up to the news that a third company, headquartered here, is in merger talks that could impact the venue More...

CNBC Article about Palm Beach County’s Attractiveness to Financial Services Companies

The pitch for running a hedge fund from Miami or Palm Beach is hard to ignore, especially after another brutal Northeastern winter. Taxes are low, More...

Time to start engaging with your city!

Connecting with others worldwide has never been easier thanks to rapid technology development and reliance on the world wide web. People are able to find More...

4 ways technology is making education more affordable and available

Educational technology or ‘ed-tech’ as it is now referred to is a new stream of education that is being grown through various innovative companies and More...

Can you guess the #1 city to live in? You might be surprised

Ever thought about where the best place in the world to live is?  Ever thought that Toronto, Ontario would make the top of the list? More...

University re-images town and gown relationship in Philadelphia

Drexel University in Philadelphia is doing what it can to bring some light back into Mantua, one of Philadelphia’s poorest neighbourhoods. With real estate expansion More...

2014 A ‘Turnaround Year’ for Palm Beach County Ending with the Lowest Unemployment Rate in 7 Years

West Palm Beach, Fla. (Jan. 23, 2015) – 2014 was a turnaround year for employment in Palm Beach County – there were more employed county More...

Area Teacher One of Nine in STate to get Governor’s Award

Alicia Foy was recently held up as a shining example of what every teacher should be. She was one of nine teachers in Florida to More...

Are cities becoming less youth friendly?

With childhood obesity at an all time high, it would seem ridiculous for cities to introduce policies that restrict youth from participating in outdoor activities. More...

See what your city will be like in 15 years

With minority populations set to surpass an aging, white majority by 2042 and new births, migration, and immigration will change the populations of many cities, More...

7 admirable start-ups that are driving social change

How many of us have fallen prey to ridiculous online games or apps and wondered what kind of insane amount money the creators were able More...