Volusia County Begins Accepting Grant Applications Thursday

County Council has approved the Relaunch Volusia: Small Business Reopening Grant Program! Volusia County will utilize funds provided by the CARES Act to make direct grants in the amount of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) per qualifying Volusia County small business that submits a timely, complete application, including all requested documentation. Grants shall be provided, one per qualified small business, on a first-come, first-served basis.  In … Continue reading Volusia County Begins Accepting Grant Applications Thursday

Volusia County to start COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Grant Program

Volusia County unveiled preliminary plans on Tuesday for a grant program to help small businesses reopen their doors and rebound from the economic devastation brought on by coronavirus crisis. On Tuesday, officials said stimulating the local economy by helping small businesses get back on their feet would be a worthy use for some of the county’s federal funds. Volusia County Receives Funds for Grant Program … Continue reading Volusia County to start COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Grant Program

City of New Smyrna Beach to Host Business Outreach Meetings

NSB Mayor Russ Owen has initiated a program to enhance the city’s services to businesses. New Smyrna Beach’s Business Outreach Program The program includes a series of monthly meetings to provide business owners with important information on available resources for business planning. The program will also research key questions with local business owners about their experience in the city, as well as interview business leaders … Continue reading City of New Smyrna Beach to Host Business Outreach Meetings

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Business Profile w/ The Posh Pineapple

By Tiffany Yancey // Photos by Kelsey Walters  Q: Where are you originally from and what brought you to New Smyrna Beach? A: I was born in Sanford, FL and I am a fifth generation Floridian! My family has lived in NSB for decades, going back to my great grandparents. We had a second home here for 15 years. Then six years ago, pineapples started … Continue reading Business Profile w/ The Posh Pineapple

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Flood Insurance Changes

Know How Changes to Flood Insurance Affects You According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), floods are the nation’s most common and costly natural disaster. Each year, floods are reported to cause millions of dollars of damage. Property owners have insurance options to cover loss during fire, wind, hail, lightning strikes and other natural disasters, however, a homeowner’s policy will not cover flood damage. … Continue reading Flood Insurance Changes