For dog lovers, one of life’s happiest times is welcoming a new puppy into your family. But for Brett Podolsky, that joy turned into concern when his young Rottweiler, Jada, developed food sensitivities. “I tried every food on the market, including brands that used terms like ‘organic’ and ‘all natural,’ ” he said. “Finally, my vet recommended that I try home cooking for her, and when I did, all of her symptoms disappeared.” Podolsky and his then-roommate, Jonathan Regev—also a dog owner—were so struck by Jada’s transformation that they wanted to make a healthy, balanced diet for other dogs. After two years of development, they launched The Farmer’s Dog in July 2016.
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That one word was at the essence of the story behind The Founder, a feature film starring Michael Keaton that was screened by the Titus Center for Franchising on campus this week. Nearly 200 students came to watch the film and learn a little about franchising from Dr. John Hayes, director of the Center, and his expert franchise panel.
Two students in PBSC’s Electrical Power Technology A.S. degree program presented on a national stage this week.
In a few years, the best waves in South Florida won’t be at the beach. They’ll be in northwest Palm Beach County at a wave park designed by surfing legend Kelly Slater.
ScriptSender will bring 25 jobs to West Palm Beach within the next year and plans to continue hiring as they grow within the next three years. According to Chris Craft, President and CEO of the company “the move makes perfect sense, West Palm Beach is a great city with a lot to offer beyond the tropical weather. There is only upside to this move”.
Economic development teams in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are working together to reel in a whopper: Amazon’s second corporate headquarters.
Not since the height of the iconic “I Love NY” campaign has there been such a rallying around New York as a top location for business as we are now seeing with New York City’s pitch for Amazon’s proposed $5 billion, 50,000-worker corporate headquarters. And well it should. New York City offers some very compelling reasons for Amazon’s HQ2 to be here.
In a move that represents how WeWork is trying to become a hub for all of your professional life needs, the shared-workspace company has acquired the New York City-based coding bootcamp Flatiron School. The terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
The SilverLogic, a Boca Raton based custom software development company, ran the table at theMoney20/20 Hackathon in Las Vegas this weekend, taking home both the 1st place prize for the Visa Developer Challenge and 1st place in the overall Hackathon.
Officials from the FBI, Secret Service and top cybersecurity professionals paid a visit to Palm Beach State College Thursday—not to investigate, but to educate.