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Shipley Do-Nuts made its Florida debut in Bradenton late last month. The Texas-based company is known for its gourmet doughnuts and meat-filled kolaches. The Bradenton restaurant is located at 6571 SR 70 E. A grand opening is planned for sometime in the coming months, the owner said.

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Dirty dining: One Bradenton restaurant temporarily closed because of roach activity

An inspector ordered one Bradenton restaurant to be temporarily shut down after finding evidence of roaches in the establishment. Other restaurants were cited for flies, mold and storing food at the wrong temperature in this week's inspection report.

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The Bradenton Area Conventions and Visitors Bureau is looking ahead to a new season of travel this summer. Now is the time that members of the tourism industry must shift their focus to new efforts geared toward keeping busy and maintaining their customer base through the fall.

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Home prices in the Bradenton market increased 3.5 percent from May 2017 to May 2018, according to industry analyst CoreLogic. They continue to trail the national increase of 7.1 percent.


He was struck and killed while training for a triathlon. A benefit is planned in his honor.

The Farm House, a gourmet doughnut shop and home decor business, located at 902 Manatee Ave. E., is holding a benefit Friday and Saturday for Nicholas Wilson, 34, who was killed riding his bicycle June 28.


This Bradenton business has survived the test of time. 'It's the gift that keeps on giving.'

Bradenton's family-owned Come See Come Sav feed, fertilizer and garden supply store, has flourished since 1974 into the age of big-box stores through customer service and the ability to find new opportunities in the marketplace. The family has owned a sister store, Parrish General Supply, since 1982.


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Peder Michael Pruzan-Jorgensen

Peder Michael leads BSR’s work with grant funders and partners as well as development and management of business and multistakeholder collaborations . A member of the BSR executive team, he co-leads BSR’s relationship management activities and provides executive guidance on BSR’s women’s empowerment work.

An experienced sustainability executive, Peder Michael works with the world’s leading companies in the consumer, financial services, transportation, healthcare, and energy sectors on business strategy and operations to help them manage sustainability risks and opportunities. He is a member of several sustainability advisory boards—including the Melton Foundation Advisory Board and the Stakeholder Advisory Panel of BAT—and he is a member of the UN Women/UNGC Women’s Empowerment Principles Leadership Group.

Prior to joining BSR, Peder Michael was a key player in growing PricewaterhouseCoopers' sustainable business solutions practice in Copenhagen. He also spent five years with the Danish Foreign Service, where he worked on human rights in international development and foreign policy and served on the board of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. Peder Michael served on the Danish Government’s Council on Corporate Responsibility from 2009-2012.

He speaks English, French, Danish, and Swedish, and holds an international M.B.A. and a B.S. in business administration, both from Copenhagen Business School.


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Dominic provides communications support for BSR’s Collaborative Initiatives, with a particular focus on HERproject , the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network , and the Clean Cargo Working Group .

Before joining BSR, Dominic worked in the global communications team at ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, where he managed the blog, implemented digital strategies, and provided writing and editing services. Prior to this he worked as an editor and social media coordinator at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society.

Dominic holds a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Cambridge. He is fluent in English, French, and German.


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Sara applies her management consulting and international development experience to BSR’s collaboration and inclusive economy work. She also directs the Global Impact Sourcing Coalition .

Previously, Sara worked at Business Call to Action—a multistakeholder platform of the United Nations Development Programme focused on inclusive business innovations in support of the Millennium Development Goals—recruiting and advising companies and social enterprises developing products and services to address the needs of low-income populations. She also worked at McKinsey and Company, consulting global companies and development organizations on projects related to strategy, corporate social responsibility, economic development, and philanthropy. Sara has also contributed to social and environmental justice programs in Latin America through the Inter-American Dialogue, the Sierra Club, and the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. She speaks English and Spanish.

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A simple question, What is a website? In its bare form, a website is a single domain that consists of different web pages. We should all know that by now, but surprisingly what we don’t all know, is the benefits a website can provide for your business and its shocking to witness how many business don’t actually have a website or online presence!

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Cost Effective You know exactly how much your website is going to cost you and it’s ongoings – a brick and mortar store, on the other hand, is susceptible to many out of the ordinary occurrences which could blow out the costs such as leaving the lights on, theft, damage, extra staff etc.

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