Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Cape Coral articles below.
Tourists—both domestic and international—are major contributors to the U.S. economy, from how they travel, make purchases and sleep to where they amuse, make arrangements and eat.
The city with the second largest land mass—and one of the fastest growing populations—in Florida offers plenty of opportunities for commercial development.
A skilled, available workforce, city incentives, and ample space for its facilities brought the boat builder's $2 million expansion to Cape Coral, FL.
Florida has a skilled workforce ready to fill 21st century jobs. The state produces more than 28,000 STEM-oriented graduates each year and more than 100,000 Floridians work in the aerospace sector.
The tourism industry supports nearly nine million jobs in the U.S., but a dip in overseas visitors in 2017 has led to the creation of the Visit U.S. Coalition to put out the welcome mat.
Collaborative robots (a.k.a. cobots), designed to work alongside human workers, are the next big thing in advanced manufacturing. More than 150,000 cobots will be in use by 2020, a number expected to exceed 700,000 by 2025.
Florida’s huge market and business-friendly government policies help companies reach their growth and expansion goals with ease.
No matter what type of destination you are or what type of tourist your area brings, the end result is more of everything.
The City of Canals offers industry the best of both worlds—an ideal business environment with vital resources and a competitive cost of living.
When people look up in Florida, they see more than just the sun shining. They see a bright future with a limitless horizon.
The retail industry has an impact on more than just the clothes in our closets and our daily coffee fix.
Florida’s economy shines on after a temporary sunset.