August 22, 2014

Business Florida

State Map and Regional Statistics

Learn about Florida's regions, their population, labor force, households, average household EBI and total retail sales. Read more »
Published on 10/10/2011

Northeast Florida

Jacksonville, Palm Coast, St. Augustine Read more »
Published on 10/10/2011

1. Business Climate

"Florida is open for business, your business." -- Gov Rick Scott Read more »
Published on 10/10/2011

Map of Florida's Airports, Seaports, Spaceports

Explore the Opportunity! Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

A Word From the Publisher

Welcome to Business Florida 2011, the 15th edition of Florida's official business opportunity guide. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Research Florida Resources

Businesses in Florida that specialize in research and innovation. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Business Incubators

Access Opportunity in Florida Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Venture Capital Firms

A List from Business Florida 2011 Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Florida's Largest Public Companies

List of top Florida Public Companies, ranked by 2009 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Florida's Largest Private Companies

Ranked by 2009 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Tampa Bay - On the Move

Easy access and exceptional quality of life draw diversity of companies to vibrant Tampa Bay. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

South Central - Centered for Business

South Central Florida capitalizes on ease of access and green energy technologies for business success. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Southwest - Partnerships Mean Success

Collaboration brings innovation, investment and expanding businesses to Southwest Florida. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Southeast - Taking Center Court

Southeast Florida profits from right combination of tourism, trade, technology and team sports. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Northwest - Growing Strong

Entrepreneurs find solid support, right sites and plenty of room for expansion in Northwest Florida. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

North Central - Collaborating for Progress

Public and private sectors combine forces to spur economic growth in North Central Florida. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

Northeast - Connecting to the World

Northeast Florida offers international companies the right mix of amenities and global connections. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

East Central/Space Coast - Broadening Appeal

Technology, innovation and entrepreneurship add economic strength to this dynamic region. Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

8. Business-Friendly Government

Florida has a pro-business, pro-technology agenda for policy-making and business climate improvement. Thanks to the interactive website www.MyFlorida.com, many business-oriented functions of state and local government are easily accessible online.... Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

9. Partnerships

More than any other state, Florida's economic development goals and initiatives have been created and embraced as a statewide vision. Enterprise Florida Inc. (EFI), the state's public-private partnership for economic... Read more »
Published on 9/21/2010

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