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|Indiantown enterprise zone will be successful if it creates higher-paying jobs in targeted industries |
|Sunday, May 5, 2013|
|Call it the first fruits of a process that began in August 2011.
Indiantown soon will have a McDonald’s and a Dollar General store. TheBusiness Development Board of Martin County recently announced both projects have broken ground. They are expected to open in August.
If the schedule holds, the grand openings will be exactly two years removed from|
|iVox Solutions now hiring after December layoffs|
|Friday, April 26, 2013|
|Special to Treasure Coast Newspapers
PALM CITY — iVox Solutions LLC, the call center that laid off most of its employees in December after losing its biggest client, is hiring again.
“Currently, we are back up to more than 40 employees, including 20 or so rehires,” said Chief Operating Officer Chris Stapleton. “And I have a need to|
|Two new businesses, 100 new jobs seen as good economic sign in Indiantown|
|Thursday, April 11, 2013|
|INDIANTOWN — The nearly 100 jobs the new McDonald’s and Dollar General will bring in a few months represent almost a 10 percent employment increase for this town of about 6,200 people.
Both businesses, expected to open in August, also are seen as a sign Indiantown’s economy is growing.
Indiantown native David Powers, a principal of the|
|McDonald’s and Dollar General Break Ground in Indiantown’s First Major Capital Investment to the City Center in Nearly 20 years.|
|Thursday, April 11, 2013|
|Stuart, FL – (April 11, 2013) The Business Development Board of Martin County (BDBMC) is pleased to announce that McDonald’s and Dollar General broke ground today in Indiantown, Florida. This is the first significant capital investment project in Indiantown’s city center and will be located within the state designated Enterprise Zone.|
|2 Martin County businesses to get $35,000 in training grants|
|Tuesday, April 2, 2013|
|MARTIN COUNTY— TheBusiness Development Board of Martin County announces that Florida RF Labs and Keller Medical Inc. have been approved for Incumbent Worker Training Grants through Workforce Florida.
The combined grants total more than $35,000 and will assist with the training costs to enhance the skills of 125 local existing employees. The Business|
|TurboCombustor deal shows Martin County made right call on Job Creation Toolkit|
|Saturday, March 30, 2013|
|In an effort between theBusiness Development Board of Martin County and the Martin County Commission, the Job Creation Toolkit was developed and adopted in 2010. The toolkit allows Martin County to be more progressive in its business development efforts and was a small but critical investment for the community.
The recent announcement that an existing|
|TurboCombustor Technology hopes to hire 400; Gov. Scott attends ribbon cutting|
|Monday, March 11, 2013|
|STUART — Gov. Rick Scott came to Martin County on Monday to ceremonially open the new facility for TurboCombustor Technology and welcome 200 new jobs.
He left pushing for the company to add 400 jobs, a request company President and CEO Greg Bennett did not turn down.
“We’ll add 200 minimum,” Bennett said.
TurboCombustor builds gas|
|A healthy Business Development Board essential to quality of life in Martin County|
|Saturday, March 2, 2013|
|In 1985, a group of local business leaders formed the Economic Council of Martin County. A private business organization supported solely by member dues, the council is dedicated to helping build a healthy economy that improves the quality of life for all our county’s citizens.
The council achieves this by advocating for policies that benefit local|