Indian River County
Florida offers incentives to all industries that want to take advantage of the Sunshine State's robust infrastructure.
With an unemployment rate lower than the national average, The Sunshine State offers programs to continue developing its diverse and talented workforce.
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
Changing lifestyle choices are helping Florida gain an edge against other states in the battle for awareness among corporation executives.
U.S. domestic travel has almost returned to its pre-COVID levels, but business and international travel segments are seeing an uneven recovery.
Florida’s 15 deep-water seaports and 19 commercial airports are the entry points for a vast international trade infrastructure.
Priorities are shifting as businesses adapt to the impact of the pandemic on global supply chains. Resiliency and stability are now top concerns.
The Sunshine State is used to making things grow, this includes its tech industry, where Florida is sprouting thousands of new jobs.
In Vero Beach, FL, the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce is supporting local business and encouraging manufacturers to produce personal protection equipment.
Commercial real estate projects brought $20 billion into Florida’s economy in 2018 and similar to the state’s population, the growth will continue.
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.
No matter what type of destination you are or what type of tourist your area brings, the end result is more of everything.