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Top 10 Reasons to do Business in Florida

Considering a company expansion or relocation? Here's why your next destination should be Florida.

Janet Ware | 9/21/2010


You know about the sun, sand and sparkling blue waters, of course. But you may not know what makes Florida so much more than a spectacular vacation destination.

Here, where innovation is clearly moving onto center stage, talent is nurtured,
global connections are well established and government policies encourage sound economic growth. People from all corners of the globe, representing businesses of all sizes and varieties, find their perfect homes here. And you can, too.

Starting, locating and expanding a business in Florida makes good sense. To learn why, read on. Then come see for yourself why Florida is more than a place to play, it’s a place you should stay.

1) A Leader in Innovation 6) Multi-Modal Connections
2) Global Hub 7) Quality of Life
3) Workforce Talent 8) Business-Friendly Government
4) Entrepreneurial Environment 9) Partnerships
5) Business Climate 10) Visionary Development

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