Wall Street Is Hiring ... in Florida

:: 25 January 2017 ::

The nearshoring strategy is aligned with President Trump’s push to keep jobs in the U.S. ...read more

Economic Development Flourishes in Northeast Florida

:: 23 January 2017 ::

Northeast Florida had a year of outstanding growth and activity in 2016 with economic project announcements that will create nearly 3,000 jobs and $641 million in new capital investment. ...read more

Formativ Health Announces 500 New Jobs to JAX

:: 17 January 2017 ::

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry and Formativ Health today announced the company will lease 65,000 square feet of office space and hire up to 500 employees for a new Patient Access Services Center. ...read more

Jacksonville tech grew, matured in 2016

:: 20 December 2016 ::

Jacksonville's tech industry showed that it was much more than just One Spark, with the success of several First Coast companies reaching for the next level. ...read more

Clay EDC and City of Jacksonville Awarded Defense Reinvestment Grants

:: 7 October 2016 ::

Governor Rick Scott announced that 10 counties were awarded $2,221,136 through Florida’s Defense Infrastructure and Reinvestment Grant Programs under the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. ...read more

Deutsche Bank Expands JAX Footprint

:: 9 August 2016 ::

Deutsche Bank's biggest U.S. office outside of Wall Street is getting a little bigger. The bank officially celebrated the opening of its new 150,000 sq. ft. office at 5201 Gate Parkway on Jacksonville's Southside. ...read more

Find Your JAX: Website Helps Sell Jacksonville to Company Recruits

:: 25 May 2016 ::

Jacksonville is the largest land mass city in the continental U.S., so we have plenty of room for diverse lifestyles. People choose to move and live here for a variety of reasons, from the outdoor activities and great beaches to our festivals and a growing food and handcrafted beer scene. ...read more

Jacksonville Named #2 in DataFox’s 2016 Best Cities for Tech (Outside California and New York)

:: 16 May 2016 ::

Silicon Valley may get the lion's share of tech buzz, but entrepreneurs, job seekers and investors take note: Some of the best places for tech are outside of California and New York. We've found the sneaky-great cities for tech that offer fast-growing businesses, strong fundamentals and affordability – without the cutthroat competition of the big-name startup hubs. ...read more