Network of Entrepreneurs & Business Advocates - Tallahassee (NEBA)

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NEBA today, has over 250 members, mostly business owners but also their employees, who meet monthly on the fourth Tuesday of every month (except for December) at the Capital City Country Club to hear speakers or candidates running for office.  This dovetails nicely with the goals of NEBA which is to keep business people appraised of what’s going on in their community and to rally them when our collective voice needs to be heard.

And NEBA’s voice has been heard on many occasions in the past such as when the county wanted to implement a new health care tax, or when the city wanted to increase the property tax millage rate beyond 3.7 mills.  When NEBA members show up to a community meeting, elected officials know they’ll hear the unvarnished truth!

Read more at http://www.nebatallahassee.com/about-neba/

Rick Moore of Moore Bass Consulting, multi-state builder Roger Osborne and Gaines Street area businessman Jeremy Matlow say the Capital City’s development permitting process is too slow, complicated and conflicted.

What will big changes in the Florida Legislature and the White House mean for the Sunshine State’s business climate in the coming year and beyond? Members of NEBA (Network for Entrepreneurship and Business Advocates) get the insiders’ view from the leaders of the Federation for Independent Business, Florida Taxwatch and Association Industries of Florida during the organization’s November 29 luncheon meeting in Tallahassee.

Two of the three Republican candidates: Ken Sukhia and Neal Dunn; along with both Democratic contenders: Steve Crapps and Walter Dartland; talk about their political philosophies and qualifications to represent North Florida’s Second Congressional District.