New Smyrna Beach is a city full of life and opportunity. In 2013 a survey was performed to show that 23,230 people inhabit this lovely city. The one main attraction is that we have the Atlantic Ocean just steps away from us which generates huge tourism traffic. With a shoreline full of condominiums, hotels, shops and restaurants, vacationers really could not come to a better place.
For the past two years I learned plenty about this town and the people. What stood out the most for me is how well people in this area interact with one another. Although this city has many businesses you don’t really see that cut throat attitude you will find in other cities. Owning a business is stressful enough without having to worry about the competition. Business owners here tend to help one another while maintaining their own individuality. This mentality not only ensures we stay connected but we grow together as a team.
Our typical day consists of working in the office for a few hours and then meeting clients at their business. The drive usually consists of an ocean view off the New Smyrna Beach North Causeway which is not only relaxing but inspirational. The weather is typically warm and pleasant enough to look presentable and be comfortable. Coming from New York I can only say that shedding off three layers of clothing when you get home is no fun. After work we will either pick up something to eat at one of our favorite restaurants or we will pick up fresh produce to cook home. Either way is a win win situation for a New Smyrna Beach entrepreneur.
We strive to approach every new client with the same frame of mind as discussed here, relaxed, comfortable, and personal. We believe that working relationships can be rewarding for both the client and the company, and we try to bring this notion to doing business in this beautiful city that we love so much.
Every morning I wake up with a smile knowing that I am headed to work in one of the best cities in the U.S. I am proud to work in a town that offers the best food, surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, boating, swimming, golfing and fishing. Whenever you think you have it bad just think how much worse it could be.