The Florida Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) offers high-level consulting and training to small and medium-sized businesses in Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The Florida SBDC at FAU has access to robust databases, business research resources and knowledgeable expert consultants who can help business owners and entrepreneurs successfully navigate the obstacles that come with the stages of the business life cycle, providing no-cost specialized services to fit their needs. From pre-venture businesses (exploring business feasibility) to established businesses (in business over three years), the SBDC at FAU can help. Consultations are confidential, one-on-one, either virtual or in-person.
The Alan B. Levan | NSU Broward Center of Innovation (Levan Center) is a public-private partnership between Nova Southeastern University (NSU) and Broward County. The Levan Center is focused on three themes (innovation, technology, entrepreneurship) and four pillars (Ideate, Incubate, Accelerate, Post-Accelerate). Each of the four pillars are supported by customized programs, events, and wraparound services. The Levan Center is designed to serve the community resulting in breakthrough ideas, new technologies, job creation, talent skills pipeline, new company formation, and scaling of early-stage and young startup companies. The Levan Center is an economic engine not only for Broward County, but also South Florida with the potential for national and international impact.
Memorial and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundations were established to provide philanthropic support to Memorial Healthcare System, whose mission is to heal the body, mind and spirit of those it touches, with the goal of improving the health of the community it serves. Today, Memorial Healthcare System is one of the largest public healthcare systems in the nation and highly regarded for its exceptional patient- and family-centered care.
Dedicated to supporting healthcare for the community served by Memorial Healthcare System, the Foundations are the central agency through which charitable contributions are made. A volunteer Board of Directors, comprised of prominent business and community leaders and physicians, assists the Foundations with their fundraising mission and oversees all aspects of the Foundations’ operations.
The Foundations raise funds through a variety of volunteer committees and councils that support our adult and pediatric patients in a multitude of capacities, from a community professionals group (Impact), golf committees and our signature Fairy Tall Ball committee (Diamond Angels), to a planned giving advisory group (Memorial Legacy Leaders) and breast cancer group (Pink Angels). We offer a number of events throughout the year and work with our community partners to help raise awareness and charitable support.
MHS facilities include Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Regional Hospital South, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Memorial Hospital West, Memorial Hospital Miramar, Memorial Hospital Pembroke, as well as the Memorial Manor nursing home and many specialty and urgent care clinics throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
Capital Strategies Investment Group, LLC (“CAP STRAT”) is a Registered Investment Adviser founded in 2009. CAP STRAT provides institutional investors, corporate retirement plans (defined contribution and defined benefit), high net worth individuals and families, trusts, and estates with both discretionary and non-discretionary consulting and investment advisory services.
Their firm was founded on two fundamental principles: trust and transparency.
The CAP STRAT Women’s Forum has a mission to support the personal, professional, and financial success of women. Launched in May 2015, their programming today reaches over thousands of women in varied industries and professions across the country.
CAP STRAT Women’s Forum is fiercely committed to supporting a woman’s right to financial independence so she can care for herself, those she loves and the communities and causes she cares about.