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    Orlando, Fla.— As a responsible business owner, you must know local regulations such as  the Florida Statute 501.160 which states that during a state of emergency, it is unlawful to sell, lease, offer to sell, or offer for lease essential commodities, dwelling units, ... READ MORE >>

Orlando, Fla.—As much as we love our sunny state, like it or not, every year we have to deal with Hurricane Season which begins June 1st and ends on November 30. Especially during the month of September, which is the peak of the season in the Atlantic, everyone in Florida knows the need to be well prepared to safeguard life and property. READ MORE >>

Wouldn’t it be lovely to be prepared?    ORLANDO, Fla.—As the Hurricane Season begins, it is important for businesses to spend some time in getting well prepared. By taking the initiative to start planning early, you are one step ahead with a plan that will have you ready in the event of a disaster. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. — As a hurricane-prone state Florida’s stakes in this matter are very high. The new report finds that most states with strong building code systems in place at the time of the original 2012 report remain committed to building safety. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. —As a restaurant owner, you may be wondering exactly how much business insurance do you need if a hurricanes strikes your area and you are obligated to close and lose all sources of income. Things like taxes, rent, loan payments, wages, utilities, and more can all continue to ... READ MORE >>

Orlando, Fla. — Every year, right before hurricane season, we take some time to do some housekeeping and discuss your business’ hurricane preparedness which we all know does’t end at home. READ MORE >>

Orlando, Fla. — Believe it or not, some workers in Florida are still unable to report to work as normal, due to the amount of damage they received after the landfall of Hurricane Irma through our entire state. As we have reported before, Florida’s economy is based in small businesses, many of which are home-based. READ MORE >>

Orlando, Fla. — ”The impact of not being able to reopen is far-ranging," organization officials explained. "Childcare is the second biggest obstacle to adults returning to work after a disaster. For most families, not being able to leave their children at a child care facility means n... READ MORE >>

Orlando, Fla. —The rest of the 2017 hurricane season will be 'active' with more storms to come, NOAA meteorologists say. The official hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, but  as we know, the most active months are August, September and October. READ MORE >>

Orlando, FL  6:55:07 PM 6/19/2017 -  Solar panels don’t need much maintenance, don’t need planning permission and can be particularly economical for businesses that use lots of hot water, like restaurants, pubs and cafeterias. READ MORE >>

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