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Clay County Business News

Find out the latest announcements and happenings around Clay County.

Incubating a Startup Scene: Creating a Vibrant Atmosphere for Tech and Biotech Firms to Grow in Jacksonville

When Jim Stallings founded PS27 Ventures five years ago after retiring from IBM, his goal was simply to invest in and support local companies. Today, his incubator supports eight to 10 companies and employs full-time staff to help those companies vet their ideas, mature their product offerings, find new customers and more. “Five years ago, I wasn’t thinking that it would be like this, but it’s really evolved,” said Stallings. Though PS27’s days as the only incubator in town are numbered, it’s not worried about finding companies in the future. With a full pipeline of companies looking to enter its program – including several from outside of Northeast Florida – PS27 is quadrupling its footprint so it can support more startups at a time.
Entrepreneur with Clay County Ties Forms Deal with Visit Jacksonville

Entrepreneur with Clay County Ties Forms Deal with Visit Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE – A former Fleming Island entrepreneur has formed a new partnership with Jacksonville’s tourism agency. Zachary Schwartz’s mobile app intoGo is now the official app for Visit Jacksonville, the agency that helps welcome more than 20 million visitors each year to Jacksonville and the region.
Clay County's Pitch in the Park Hopes to Give County's Entrepreneurs the Stage for Success

Clay County's Pitch in the Park Hopes to Give County's Entrepreneurs the Stage for Success

Clay County entrepreneurs are looking to give local innovators a chance to be in the spotlight, with the county’s first innovation festival, Pitch in the Park. Eighteen entrepreneurs were selected to present their startup ideas at 10 a.m. on January 21st at Town Hall Park in Orange Park. Each person will have two minutes to present their ideas to a panel of three judges and the audience.
Clay County is Excited to Join the Co-Working Movement and Here's Why.....

Clay County is Excited to Join the Co-Working Movement and Here's Why.....

The stated #1 priority of the Clay County Board of County Commissioners is economic development and their actions speak even louder than their words. One of the many strategic moves Clay is making towards this mission is with the addition of a co-working entrepreneurial center in Green Cove Springs. Co-working spaces are gaining popularity nationally and here's why......