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. 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. 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. more

Jerry Mallot, Broderick Green Selected as Top Economic Developers

:: 3 March 2016 ::

Consultant Connect selects Jacksonville’s Jerry Mallot and Broderick Green as two of the Top 50 Economic Developers in the North America. more

Sporting Events: Big Business For Jacksonville

:: 24 March 2015 ::

Local sporting events and professional franchises have significant economic impact on local area more

Live, Work, Play and Stay in Downtown Jacksonville

:: 9 March 2015 ::

Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Shad Khan proposes expansive commercial and residential development in Shipyards area more

Region Participating in Global Cities Initiative

:: 20 February 2015 ::

A five-year joint project of Brookings & JP Morgan Chase to help increase U.S. exports and expand economies more

Jerry Mallot Selected as Top Economic Developer

:: 21 January 2015 ::

Consultant Connect selects Jacksonville’s Jerry Mallot as one of the Top 50 Economic Developers in the North America. more

Forbes Names Palm Coast “One of the Top 10 Best Small Places for Business and Careers”

:: 13 August 2014 ::

Palm Coast is home to many mid-size businesses with the largest corporation, Palm Coast Data, being one of the community’s largest employers. Palm Coast is home to several attractions such as Belle Terre Park, Bird of Paradise Nature Reserve, Heroes Park and Waterfront Park among others. The town’s extensive canal system and Intracoastal Waterway allows for year-round boating and supports a thriving ecosystem of wildlife. more