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The Future of Tampa Bay
Upcoming Small Business Seminars
Presentation Skills presented by SCORE
Friday, October 3, 2014, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm @ SMARTstart New Port Richey
Instructor: Mike Lewis
Presentation skills and public speaking skills are very useful in many aspects of work and life. Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to stand up in front of an audience and speak well, are also extremely helpful competencies for self-development.

2014 WordCamp Tampa
Oct. 4th & 5th -- Regular admission tickets are sold out! Don't despair! This event will be live streamed. To purchase tickets to the live stream event click HERE

E-Marketing Concepts presented by SCORE
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm @ SMARTstart Dade City
Instructor: Jim Karam
Attendees will obtain an understanding of the E-Marketing technologies and how they may help to enhance the ability of a small business to reach customers and communicate their brand, products and services.

Bar Camp Tampa Bay
A day by geeks, for geeks and about geeks!
October 18, 2014
Register HERE 


Pasco is Tampa Bay's Hat Trick
From the Pasco Economic Development Council:

Future of the Region Awards honors Pasco County with the One Bay award for 3rd time

Where is the future of Tampa Bay? According to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, it is Pasco County. Pasco swept the Future of the Region Awards winning the One Bay award for the third time.

The One Bay Regional Vision Award is the top award and effectively elevates the County to an elite status among Tampa Bay communities. The One Bay award has drawn upon thousands of citizens to create a shared regional vision to plan where future population and employment growth should occur based upon responsible land use, mobility, economic and environmental sustainability.

Also, for the first time in the history of the 22-year awards program, Pasco County was  honored with winning both The One Bay Award and The Charles A. McIntosh, Jr. Award of Distinction, for The Harbors, West Market Redevelopment/Infill Plan. These are the two highest awards handed out each year.

To read the full story, visit 

Top 10 reasons to be thankful in Pasco County

What do businesses and people have to be thankful for in Pasco County and Tampa Bay?

Here is our top 10 list of things to be thankful for in Pasco County. Please feel free to add additional ones in the comments below!

  1. We’re thankful for Room To Grow In Tampa Bay.
  2. We’re thankful to have lower taxes than almost anywhere!
  3. We’re thankful that Pasco County is only 20 minutes away from one of the USA’s most loved airports, Tampa International Airport.
  4. We’re thankful to be close to the largest seaport in Florida.
  5. We’re thankful to live in a rich eco-friendly environment near beaches, parks and fabulous kayaking in one of our many springs.
  6. We’re thankful to be connected to major interstates like I-75 so that our businesses can get the access they need to flourish.
  7. We’re thankful to have the No. 1 workforce board in Florida! Way to go!
  8. We’re thankful to have such great places to learn through our public schools, Saint Leo University, Pasco-Hernando Community College, Rasmussen College, the University of South Florida and so many more!
  9. We’re thankful to be in a county where government, businesses and citizens believe in economic development and have a great vision for the future of Pasco County.
  10. We are thankful that entrepreneurship is alive in Pasco County through the Pasco Enterprise Network.

What are you thankful for in Pasco County?

Read the full press release at Pasco Economic Development Council's blog.