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Florida's Certified Development Companies

| 3/2/2009

Business Development Corporation of Northeast Florida
bdcjaxnfl.org

  • Jacksonville (904) 279-0850

Florida Business Development Corp.
fbdc.net

  • Jacksonville (904) 296-8550
  • Lake Worth (561) 433-0233
  • Miami (305) 597-5225
  • Orlando (407) 352-2551
  • Tampa (813) 348-0677

Florida First Capital Finance Corporation
ffcfc.com

  • Fort Lauderdale/West Palm Beach (888) 336-4504
  • Jacksonville (888) 337-4504
  • Miami (888) 339-4504
  • Orlando (888) 335-4504
  • Pensacola (888) 344-4504
  • Tallahassee (888) 327-4504
  • Tampa/St. Petersburg (813) 777-4366
  • Fort Myers/Naples (888) 325-4504

Gulf Coast Business Finance
gulfcoastbiz.com

  • St. Petersburg (800) 850-2504 or (727) 895-2504

Essential Capital
essentialcapital.net

  • Jacksonville (904) 398-9411

IDS Corp.
idscorp.org

  • North Fort Myers (239) 652-5588

Tampa Bay Economic Development Corp.
tedcoloans.com

  • Tampa (813) 984-8105


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