Tax cuts are all that's on Tallahassee's mind


  • December 11, 2015
  • /   Carlton Proctor
  • /   economy
At the Greater Pensacola Chamber's legislative luncheon the talk was all of tax cuts and other raw meat for the 2016 political season.

Shannon's Window: Sandy Sansing's smart money


  • December 11, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   education
Sandy Sansing's $100,000 over two years for Escambia schools to boost computer education, show what economic development investment could look more like.

How to thrive in uncertainty


  • December 10, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   training-development
How can you survive, and even thrive, when uncertainty is the watch-word of the day in the business world? Read on.

How open-air kindergarten works in Tokyo


  • December 9, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   early-learning
How one Japanese architect's vision of the ultimate kindergarten classroom could make you rethink early education.

What's behind the Pockets of Poverty data?


  • December 9, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   education
The Pockets of Poverty report shows the depth and breadth of poverty in the Pensacola metro area. Now peek behind the data.

Should we elect or appoint education leaders in Florida?


  • December 9, 2015
  • /   Reggie Dogan
  • /   education
As a growing coalition of Floridians calls for return to an elected education commissioner instead of an appointed one, there is rising support for appointed over elected school superintendents.

The view beyond the Fish House sign


  • December 9, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   community-dashboard
As we contemplate a special city council meeting to hear complaints about The Fish House's new sign, let us consider a bigger issue on Pensacola's horizon.

Networking tips for introverts


  • December 8, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   training-development
An Inc.com author offers three tips to help introverts navigate networking.

EntreCon 2016 set for Nov. 3-4


  • December 8, 2015
  • /   Randy Hammer
  • /   entrecon
To date, nearly 1,200 people have attended the Institute’s training, which has ranged from strategic planning to customer service to EntreCon.

Pensacola is a place that gives


  • December 8, 2015
  • /   Reggie Dogan
  • /   community-dashboard
While the holidays are a time to give, Pensacola has earned a reputation as a charitable place to live and give throughout the year.