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2015 New Year’s Resolution for Business Owners

As 2015 is upon us, you have an ideal opportunity to develop goals that will help drive the growth and profitability of your business. These goals can be short or long term and can cover many different aspects of your company. Once these goals are developed, you will be challenged
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RVR Team Day at the Central Florida Zoo

RVR held an offsite team day on October 24th at the Central Florida Zoo. The morning session consisted of team building activities that encouraged communication, planning, focus and patience. Outside of the office, RVR was able to interact and understand one another through challenging, seemingly impossible, activities. A few favorites
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RVR in the Community: CECO

Joe and Vicky Raymond founded the Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO) in 2001 to improve and enhance the quality of life for their son, Joseph, and other children with motor disabilities and their families. Joseph was born three months premature with Cerebral Palsy and other complications. After exploring programs
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Shark Tank: Student Edition

Just a week after challenging a bright and energetic group of 3rd through 5th graders at Galileo School for Gifted Learning to brainstorm and develop a business idea, the students entered the Shark Tank last Tuesday to present their plan to RVR’s “sharks.” They brought product samples, impressive sales pitches
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Shark Tank Update: Tomorrow is the Big Day!

A bakery, smoothies for dogs, handmade wallets out of duct tape, clothing for cats, gourmet hot dogs and even a game where everybody wins…these are just a few of the business ideas the students at Galileo School for Gifted Learning are bringing into the “Shark Tank” this week. RVR kicked
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RVR Invites 3rd-5th Graders to the “Shark Tank”

RVR is teaming up with students at Galileo School for Gifted Learning this month for our own version of the popular television show, Shark Tank, in which entrepreneurs present a business idea and ask the judges (“sharks”) to invest money and time into helping them grow their business and make
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