Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Hernando County articles below.
Despite turbulence caused by labor and supply chain challenges, the manufacturing industry is experiencing a positive trajectory as it recovers from the pandemic.
Florida’s 15 deep-water seaports and 19 commercial airports are the entry points for a vast international trade infrastructure.
From COVID challenges to the road to recovery, not unlike many others, Florida is dealing with new territory in 2021.
Millennials are looking for all of the excitement and amenities found in large urban centers, but at a much lower cost and with the better overall quality of life found in mid-sized cities.
The Sunshine State is used to making things grow, this includes its tech industry, where Florida is sprouting thousands of new jobs.
Production-related issues and order cancellations slowed the commercial aerospace sector last year, but long-term demand for passenger jets remains robust.
Commercial real estate projects brought $20 billion into Florida’s economy in 2018 and similar to the state’s population, the growth will continue.
Commercial aircraft production and military defense spending will directly affect the growth trajectory of the aerospace and defense industry in 2019.
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.
Florida’s huge market and business-friendly government policies help companies reach their growth and expansion goals with ease.
When people look up in Florida, they see more than just the sun shining. They see a bright future with a limitless horizon.
Florida is serious about business. State and economic development leaders are working to bring business to the state and keep it here.
Florida’s economy shines on after a temporary sunset.