Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E . C O M 33 FirstService Residential is the leading residential property management company in North America, providing full-service, professional association management services to more than 6,500 properties and over 1.5 million residential units across 21 U.S. states and three provinces in Canada. The firm has over 14,000 employees, with 945 in the Palm Beaches. FirstService managed properties include low, mid and high- rise condominiums and cooperatives, as well as single-family home Home- owner Associations (HOAs) and large scale master-planned, lifestyle and active adult communities, commercial associ- ations and mixed-use developments, as well as multi-family and investor-owned rental and REO properties for institu- tional and private equity clients. National Council on Compensation Insurance [NCCI] (headquarters) 901 Peninsula Corporate Circle Boca Raton, 33487 561-893-1000 • NCCI is the most experienced provider of workers compensation informa- tion in the nation. Operating on a not-for-profit basis since 1923, NCCI analyzes industry data and trends, and develops tools and services in support of its mission to foster a healthy workers compensation system. It offers a range of solutions, such as underwriting resources, data tools, residual market information, terrorism risk insurance, state regulatory activities, employee leasing information, and other resources for workers compensation professionals. With over 925 employees, NCCI is one of the largest employers in Palm Beach County. NCCI's employees continually exhibit a culture of caring and volun- teerism that touches scores of nonprofit charitable and community organizations across the region. 24 U.S. Sugar Corporation 111 Ponce de Leon Ave. Clewiston, 33440 863-983-8121 • United States Sugar Corporation is one of the nation's largest fully integrated producer of sugar cane, one of Florida's major producers of orange juice prod- ucts and a regional short line railroad operator. Headquartered in Clewiston, Florida the company farms more than 200,000 acres in Hendry, Glades, and Palm Beach counties and employs approximately 1,700 people (approx- imately 900 in Palm Beach County) including many high skilled/wage jobs in automated environments. The company produces 800,000 tons of refined sugar a year and more than 7 million tons of sugarcane annually. U.S. Sugar also is the largest bulk supplier of premium, not-from-concentrate (NFC) orange juice in the country and one of the largest independent suppliers of NFC juice to major brands. It has the capacity to process up to 20 million boxes of oranges per season, producing more than 100 million gallons of orange juice. 25 PALM BEACH BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS & NETWORKING GROUPS Civic Organizations Junior League of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Civic Association Rotary Club of West Palm Beach Entrepreneur Groups Enterprise Development Corporation (EDC) Score - Palm Beach Small Business Center of Palm Beach State College Networking/Business Referral Groups Best of the Best Networking Group Business Executives, Inc. Business Networking Club Executive Association of the Palm Beaches Networking Professionals Inc. of Florida Palm Beach Business Associates The Palm Beach Toastmaster's Club West Palm Beach Business Referral Group Professional Development Sales/Marketing/Public Relations/Consulting BNI - International Gold Coast PR Council SEN - Sales Executive Network Women's Groups Exectuive Women of the Palm Beaches Women's Executive Club of South Palm Beach County The Successful Woman's Network Young Groups PBYP - Palm Beach Young Professionals Youth Professionals of the Palm Beaches

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