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Tampa Pizza Venues trying to Upgrade the product! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 15:34
A flurry of new gourmet pizza restaurants around the Tampa area are trying to do to the Pizza industry what Five Guys did for the burger sector! Continue.
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 15:40
Billion Dollar Florida tax cut now law! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 13:15

Governor Rick Scott signed an aggressive tax cut to help Florida businesses jump start the economy. Cuts are in numerous areas but include unemployment taxes, Manufacturing and a variety of businesses essential to Florida's economy. Continue.

Micro Brewery to Brew jobs at FIU! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 12:42
Florida International University already teaches Brewing Sciences now buy the end of the year they with have their our Micro Brewery  to enhance their curriculum. Thanks to Southern Wine and Spirits the Pub will be up and pouring hopefully by January 2013. Continue.
Jersey Mike's ventures into Jacksonville waters! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 12:36
The popular east coast sub shop opens first store in the Jacksonville area. Their Grand Opening featured 10,000 Sub coupons for a $1 donation. See how they did!. Continue.
1% Restaurant Tax on the road to Orlando? Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 12:15
Miami implemented a 1% restaurant tax almost 20 years ago and now Mel Martinez wants to do the same in Orlando. Why just the restaurants? Read more!
Restaurant Chain Growth Report! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 11:22
We know they seem to be springing up all over and some are. Restaurantchain.net is report on the growth of some smaller chain groups. Find out just how they are doing. Continue
Florida lands 3rd position in Open Tables top 100 restaurants! Print
Thursday, 29 March 2012 11:15
We know Florida has a lot of restaurants. We also know there are a lot of good ones. Open Table agrees. Florida landed 15 of the top rated restaurants in Open Tables annual top 100 poll! Continue
Cutting Payroll Costs! Print
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 12:34

Small Florida businesses have been hammered with higher costs recently. The rapidly rising cost of fuel is bound to affect every product and service needed at some point. One area hit extremely hard since January 1, 2012 has been employee costs, more specifically payroll! Since January 1 cost have risen in workers comp (mandated by NCCI), SUTA or state unemployment tax and FUTA (Federal unemployment tax). These 3 items alone have probably caused a 2% increase for payroll cost in Florida.

Although business is paralyzed to do anything directly to reduce these costs there is something you can do. Payroll, PEO & Employee Leasing companies also live and die by the cost of these items as well. However, many of these groups have been very shrude and have adapted and have been able to mitigate the rising costs for their service. On the other hand some of them have their hands tied with the same problems as other Florida businesses and can do nothing about the rising cost.

What can you do? Just as you do for all your products and services GET QUOTES! Ken Roberts, from getpeoquotes.com, says if you have not shopped pricing for payroll services within the last two you you are probably paying more than you should. There are a lot of good companies who have managed their costs better than others so you need to shop them out. Roberts offers these "shopping services" at no cost to you to see if you can save  money which will fall to the bottom line.

You can reach Ken at 772-231-5826 or via e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

GE Captial Watching added restaurant owner confidence! Print
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 12:30
A true recovery will not occur until someone feel confident enough to invest money. And that's what a large number of restaurant owners are doing. Continue.
Are you giving employees the feedback they (YOU) need? Print
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 14:33

Giving feedback to your employees is one of the most important things you can do for each of them individually, and your team as a whole. Oftentimes, managers are either afraid or simply do not know how to give an employee feedback whether positive or negative. When this happens, employees are left to do their job with no specific direction. That can be a recipe for confusion, and a poor customer experience.

To ensure that you are providing your employees with effective feedback, adhere to the following seven fundamentals of feedback: Continue

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