August 17, 2022

Welcome to Business Florida

A Message to Florida Business Leaders

David Denor | 11/8/2021

I hope you find this 2022 Business Florida Opportunity Guide a helpful introduction to the diversity and depth of Florida’s business community.

Florida’s story is one of resilience, innovation and entrepreneurship.

It is a dynamic, growing state of more than 21 million residents and increasing by nearly 300,000 each year. Throughout Florida’s 67 counties, we are confident you will be able to find your perfect place in the sun to start, expand or relocate your business.

In this issue you will learn of companies that have moved, relocated and expanded their business operations and workforce to Florida — discovering stories of how they’ve grown, thrived and succeeded in the Sunshine State.

Florida is the right place to do business, with no state personal income tax, no income tax on corporations or limited partnerships or subchapter S-corporations, no state-level property tax assessments, and no property tax on business inventories.

With a top-ranked public university and college system, strong and competitive private universities and colleges, new workforce education initiatives, a growing manufacturing sector and investments in reducing regulation and preserving our environment and water — Florida is working hard to ensure its success as a model for accelerated recovery and economic prosperity.

We welcome you to explore — from coast to coast — the opportunities of doing business in Florida.

David G. Denor
Publisher, Florida

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