Assisted Living Management Company Opens National Headquarters adding 150 new jobs and $100,000 in Capital Investments
Carvajal and her management company opened their office on Meridian Avenue in Miami Beach providing strategic planning for investors, operators and owners in, or wishing to enter, the assisted living market. ISM offers a full suite of management services for acquisitions, conversions and new construction assisted living projects in the State of Florida.
Miami-Dade’s Beacon Council assisted Innovation Senior Management by informing and advising about accessing local and state incentives. The Council’s economic development experts also helped them find office space; provided counseling about which financial resources are available; supplied research and marketing information along with business contacts and furnished the company with information about the local labor pool and training options.
“The Health Care sector is one of our key growth industries in Miami-Dade County,” said Miami-Dade Beacon Council President & CEO Larry K. Williams. “The real satisfaction in what we do is helping a company providing an important service, like Innovation Senior Management, grow and thrive. Many individuals will benefit with the success of this operation.”
Carvajal is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. The program is geared at helping entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity by providing them access to education, capital and business support services.
About the Miami-Dade Beacon Council
The Beacon Council, Miami-Dade County’s official economic development partnership, is a public-private organization celebrating its 30th anniversary. Since 1985, the nonprofit has assisted more than 980 businesses that have created more than 65,000 direct jobs and added more than $4 billion in new capital investments. The organization accomplishes this by marketing Miami-Dade as a world-class business location, growing local companies and shaping the local economy’s future. For more information, visit www.beaconcouncil.com
Source: Old Beacon Site
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