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Clay County Business News

Find out the latest announcements and happenings around Clay County.

How Florida CEOs See the State's Future Shaping Up

How Florida CEOs See the State's Future Shaping Up

Creating Florida 2030 involves research that’s meant to stimulate strategic thinking about Florida’s future. On these pages you’ll find a summary of the results of a survey of 100 of the state’s leading CEOs. We expected advice — which we got — and regularly heard “right direction.” Even we were surprised, though, by the overwhelming exuberance of Florida CEOs.
Kid Market Teaches Students Entrepreneurial Skills

Kid Market Teaches Students Entrepreneurial Skills

The market is a project that spans months, teaches students about finances and allows students the chance to open and operate a business. And it’s not just simple finances either. Students learn about supply and demand, interest rates, loans and profit and loss. It all begins by developing a full-blown business plan, including a business name and logo.
St. Johns River State College Awarded Funding to Expand Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Training Program

St. Johns River State College Awarded Funding to Expand Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Training Program

St. Johns River State College awarded $1,383,237 to expand an advanced manufacturing and robotics training program that will support local manufacturing training, economic development and job growth for Clay, Putnam and St. Johns counties.
Sentry One Acquires Pragmatic Works Software

Sentry One Acquires Pragmatic Works Software

SentryOne announced the acquisition of Pragmatic Works Software (PWS) the Jacksonville, FL based leader in solutions for developing, testing, documenting, and monitoring the Microsoft Data Platform. The addition of the PWS product suite gives SentryOne the most robust and comprehensive offering available for the Microsoft data professional, both on premises and in the cloud.
Final Phase of First Coast Expressway is Now Fully Funded

Final Phase of First Coast Expressway is Now Fully Funded

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced $763 million in funding for the Phase 3 of the First Coast Expressway project through the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) Work Program. This investment includes funding for the replacement of the Shands Bridge and extension of the First Coast Expressway to I-95 in St. Johns County and is the final phase of the $1.9 billion project.