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Lee County’s business climate is heating up, according to the Executive Business Climate Survey published by the Horizon Council and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). The survey of Lee County business executives and owners computed a quarterly business climate index of 73 for the first quarter of 2018. That’s a...
The Southwest Florida Women’s Foundation has launched Business Building Blocks (B3) for Women, an online resource for emerging women entrepreneurs. B3 is designed to help entrepreneurs navigate the challenging, initial stages of creating and running a business through guided online learning and workshops. The program guides participants through seven modules...
 April 20, 2018 Quarterly Business Climate Survey Released Business leaders have until May 1st to complete To our Cape Coral Business Community: As your local advocate for business success in Cape Coral, our Economic Development team believes that knowledge is a valuable tool. We encourage business owners and executives to take time to participate in the executive...
CareerSource Southwest Florida announces the launch of a new online inquiry form allowing easy access to programs, grants, and career exploration. The new online inquiry form allows individuals who are seeking information on employment and training programs to...
Lawyers are expensive. Even lawyers know that. What isn’t well known is that lawyers like me are far less expensive than lawyers like my partner. My practice involves setting up companies, putting together contracts and employee agreements, transactional work, and working with clients to advise them on compliance, both...
It's time for your yearly review with your banker, accountant, and lawyer. They offer valuable knowledge and assist with your business goals; helping you understand your cash flow, agreements, contracts, services, etc. Schedule your meetings today.
You're Invited!   If you want to be in the know for the New Year, head to the annual Catch the Vision Real Estate Look Forward for 2018 to learn about new jobs coming to Cape Coral, as well as developments, trends and food and night-life establishments. Be inspired by success...
Hire a Licensed Contractor If You Need Work Done! Get An Important Level of Protection If you are a Cape Coral resident or business who needs a licensed contractor to perform work as a result of Hurricane Irma, we encourage you to use the City of Cape Coral's eTRAKiT database to search...
If you have a question or a concern related to the City of Cape Coral, you have a two easy-access options. You can call our 311 line or use our Cape Connect app.  These provide two ways you can obtain assistance with many municipal issues. Calling 311 or dialing 239-574-0425  connects you...
All Emergency Electric Work Requires a Permit! The State of Emergency for the City of Cape Coral has been lifted.  Per the Department of Community Development, the city has returned to its normal routine and will be looking for permits for service repairs. Please be advised that all emergency electric restoration...