Targeted Sectors

Florida's business-friendly environment is helping the state’s business sectors become more vibrant and diverse every year. New companies continue to relocate to and expand in Florida due to collaboration with similar companies, a favorable tax environment, excellent transportation infrastructure and, of course, electric utility rates that are the lowest, most reliable, and cleanest in the Southeastern United States. For more information on these incentives, send us an email at

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Aviation / Aerospace

Florida’s Space Coast is known as the birthplace of space exploration, and the state now has the second largest aviation and aerospace cluster in the nation.
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Corporate Headquarters

More than 90,000 Floridians are employed in 2,500 corporate/regional headquarters operations around the state, managing the operations of companies in virtually every business sector.
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Distribution and Logistics

Florida is a hub for the distribution and logistics sector for readily accessible access to domestic and global markets, with more than 150,000 people employed in this sector.
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Life Sciences

Florida is consistently a leader in the life sciences, medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturing arenas, with a rapidly growing biotechnology sector that grew 42 percent over the last five years.
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More than 17,500 manufacturing operations in the state employ nearly 340,000 people, ranging from traditional food processors to leading-edge clean technology.
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