Modern Small Business History in Downtown Jax

APA Florida Chapter, First Coast Section

#9130657

Thursday, July 27, 2017
2:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. EDT

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Overview

An opportunity to talk about lessons learned and where downtown Jacksonville is heading from entrepreneures in retail, food & beverage and service sectors.  Hear why they targeted space in DTJax and how their sucessess and failures helped shape the urban core through redevelopment. This provides a forum to discuss economic development in a revitalizing downtown core.

Resource URL

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/apa-first-coast-modern-small-business-history-in-dtjax-tickets-35945626336

Speakers

Melissa Beaudry

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Jack Twatchman

Jack is an entrepreneur out to transform the community. He is a contributing writer for multiple publications including Edible Northeast Florida, Void Magazine and EU Jacksonville, He currently owns Brew in 5 Points and in the past was an owner of the successful venue Burro Bar in downtown Jacksonville. Read More

Emily Moody

Emily has been a part of Jacksonville's fashion and culture scene for over 10 years. In 2005 she opened Anomaly in 5 Points and in 2009 she founded Underbelly, a venue in downtown Jacksonville. Currently she owns Wolf & Cub, a curated vintage boutique near Hemming Park. Read More

Ennis Davis, AICP

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Contact Info

Elizabeth Payne, epayne@nefrc.org