NAVIGATION

July 27, 2016

Targeted Industry Sectors

Corporate Headquarters

7 of America's largest private companies maintain corporate headquarters in Florida Read more »
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Advanced Manufacturing

No. 1 state for workforce and job training in 2011 and talent pipeline in 2012 according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Read more »
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Information Technology

25,000 companies employ nearly 235,000 workers Read more »
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Financial & Professional Services

122,000 financial and professional services companies employ 832,000 Read more »
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Logistics & Distribution

14 deepwater ports; 19 commercial airports; 12,000 highway miles; 3,000 miles of freight rail track routes Read more »
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Clean Technology

3rd among all U.S. states with 3,831 clean energy businesses; 6th in the nation with 31,100 clean energy-related jobs Read more »
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Defense & Homeland Security

2nd fastest growing biotech industry in the U.S. Read more »
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Aviation & Aerospace

Virtually every major U.S. and international aviation or aerospace contractor has significant operations in Florida Read more »
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Life Sciences

2nd fastest growing biotech industry in the U.S. Read more »
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Innovation Economy: Key Players

Key factors in growing an economy Read more »
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Florida Business News

Florida Trend Video Pick

'Small astronaut' gets opportunity of a lifetime at KSC
'Small astronaut' gets opportunity of a lifetime at KSC

Four-year-old "small astronaut" Harrison Sheldon is the child behind a series of photos by his father, Aaron Sheldon, that have garnered national attention.

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Florida regulators have approved new water quality standards that they say will give them more control over chemicals in our water supply. But - the new standards allow more cancer-causing toxins into water systems. Your opinion?

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