Bauducco Foods has purchased 72 acres of a Pasco County, Florida, industrial park with plans to bring 600 jobs to the area.
Florida offers incentives to all industries that want to take advantage of the Sunshine State's robust infrastructure.
Outdoor activities, cultural amenities, and more attract business leaders and employees.
Rapid growth and expanding boundaries propel location searches for companies in the life sciences industry at the forefront.
Pasco County features pro-business government in a right to work state with local incentives, low operating costs, and no personal state income tax, and offers the fourth best tax climate in the U.S.
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
Florida offers a thriving economy and competitive cost of doing business, coupled with a top-ranked labor force and pro-business climate.
Access to a quality workforce is a top priority for companies considering where to relocate or expand. Here’s a look at what some top locations across the U.S. are doing to address today’s workforce.
The life sciences field has taken on much greater significance in recent years. Economic developers are responding with more options to make their communities more appealing.
Changing lifestyle choices are helping Florida gain an edge against other states in the battle for awareness among corporation executives.
Three-year-old athletic wear company NVGTN has purchased a 100,000-square-foot facility in Pasco County, FL; plans to hire 30 new employees at its new headquarters this year.
Successful introduction of mRNA vaccines has created a platform for the rapid development of new treatments.
Construction of the first phase of the Pasco County campus is expected to take five years, and support more than 14,500 jobs in the Tampa Bay region.
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.
Santander Consumer USA is investing $22 million and locating in more than 115,000 square feet of converted retail space in Pasco County, FL.
The Sunshine State is used to making things grow, this includes its tech industry, where Florida is sprouting thousands of new jobs.
Commercial real estate projects brought $20 billion into Florida’s economy in 2018 and similar to the state’s population, the growth will continue.