Carlton Proctor

Economy

Pensacola’s 2015 a big year in business

From Navy Federal and The Bluffs to downtown Pensacola, 2015 was a year of big business news in the Pensacola metro area. Here's your recap. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

Center helps entrepreneurs graduate to bigger business

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship was started seven years ago in downtown Pensacola to help sustain small, mostly tech-oriented companies. Read full story

Government

Tax cuts are all that’s on Tallahassee’s mind

At the Greater Pensacola Chamber's legislative luncheon the talk was all of tax cuts and other raw meat for the 2016 political season. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

Embrace entrepreneurs on Small Business Saturday

It's Small Business Saturday, and downtown merchants are seeing more and more customers avoiding the crowds, and enjoying a much more leisurely shopping experience. Read full story

Education

Education Pensacola’s great challenge

Watch Studer Community Institute's discussion about the impact education has on Pensacola's economic prospects on BlabTV at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 27. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

How one city found a food truck compromise

An Austin suburb may offer an example of a food-truck compromise that upstarts, established businesses can live with — something Pensacola struggles with. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

Could food trucks have future in Warrington?

Entrepreneurial spirit, highlighted by Hip Pocket Deli owner, inspires county commissioner to think big

Entrepreneurial spirit, highlighted by Hip Pocket Deli owner, inspires county commissioner to think that a food truck park could be in the future for Warrington. Read full story

The Bluffs

The Bluffs a long-range vision for growth

Residents near the area in north-central Escambia County have hope, questions about project

The Bluffs industrial campus economic development project spurs excitement, questions about the effort that FloridaWest is undertaking to bring the project to life. Read full story

EntreCon

EntreCon’s lessons learned, advice shared

EntreCon's two-day run in Pensacola closed out with big names and rising local stars all sharing same advice: Follow your goals, work hard, don't quit. Read full story

EntreCon

EntreCon Day 2: Never stop networking

The advice from the stage on EntreCon's second day: Trust your instincts, surround yourself with good people and never stop networking. Read full story

Economy

EntreCon: Hire well, build culture, embrace disruption

Local, national experts urge startups to spend time on hiring, strategic planning at EntreCon's opening day

EntreCon speakers help Pensacola area entrepreneurs harness, survive disruption that is par for the course in today's business world. Read full story

Economy

Escambia’s economic future on The Bluffs

FloridaWest unveiled a bold plan to develop a sprawling 1,760-acre industrial park near Cantonment with up to 60 tenants creating up to 15,000 jobs. Read full story