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Multiple Partners - Singular Purpose

Helping Florida's Business Climate and Economy

| 10/10/2011

Florida's opportunity partners are allied and working toward the common goal of making your firm's transition to a permanent home in Florida as worry-free as possible. A call to any one of these partners sets the wheels in motion. eFlorida
Enterprise Florida Inc.
www.eflorida.com
(407) 956-5600
Florida Economic Development Council
Florida Economic Development Council
www.FEDC.net
(813) 977-3332
Workforce Florida
Workforce Florida Inc.
www.workforceflorida.com
(850) 921-1119
Florida Research Consortium
Enhancing research at universities, institutes and corporations.
www.floridaresearch.org
(850) 425-5223
Visti Florida
The state's official source
for travel planning.
www.visitflorida.com
(888) 735-2872
My Florida
www.MyFlorida.com is the online
portal to Florida government services and offers 24-hour government access.
(850) 488-1234

sunbiz.org
The authoritative information
site on Florida business.
www.sunbiz.org
(850) 245-6000

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