In an effort to address the lack of access to venture capital for women-led companies and those based in the southeastern United States, GuideWell Innovation is teaming with Springboard Enterprises for a 10-week scale-up accelerator
TrailMark in St. Johns County is hosting an evening under the stars with the Ancient City Astronomy Club of St. Augustine on Saturday, June 8, from 7 to 11 p.m.
North Florida Land Trust is pleased to announce Matt Greene has joined the organization as land manager.
Doing Business in JAX
If you're opening or have recently opened a new business in the JAX Region, working to grow your startup and improve profitability, seeking new connections and strategic resources in the business community, or planning to expand in or relocate to Jacksonville, JAX Chamber offers the resources you need to do business in JAX.
Supporting Business Startups and Growth
Whether you are starting a new business or growing an existing one, the Chamber’s Entrepreneurial Growth Division, JAX Bridges, Small Business Center (SBC), and Jacksonville Women’s Business Center (JWBC) can help you achieve your goals through mentoring, training, resources and networking programs.
Promoting Economic Development
Approximately 200 investors belong to JAXUSA Partnership, a division of the JAX Chamber. JAXUSA’s mission is to promote economic development, recruit and retain jobs and improve the region’s quality of life. JAXUSA offers a variety of services to help your business expand in / or relocate to Jacksonville, including
- Introductions to established Jacksonville business leaders
- Access to leaders at CareerSource Northeast Florida, JAXPORT, the Jacksonville Aviation Authority, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, JEA, Office of Economic Development and JAXUSA’s regional county partners
- State of the art GIS software
- A business intelligence database with statistics ranging from key business advantages to cost-of-living analyses