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Is Florida a Good Place to Start a Business [Infographic]

Is Florida a Good Place to Start a Business [Infographic]

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Is Florida a Good Place to Start a Business [Infographic]

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One common question most entrepreneurs have when starting a business is whether their state is right for their business.  Every state has its own pros and cons but Florida has a lot to offer its small businesses.

According to the US Census Bureau, there are almost 2.5 mm small businesses in Florida.

These small businesses in Florida employ 3.3 million people.  42.2% of Florida employees are employed by small businesses (Statistics of US Businesses, US Census Bureau).

Florida’s economic activity makes it a worldwide powerhouse. Florida has the 4th largest state GDP and 19th largest GDP in the world – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_between_U.S._states_and_sovereign_states_by_GDP

Florida has been recognized in the media for being a great place to have a business.

Is Florida a Good Place to Start a Business [Infographic]

Is Florida a Good Place to Start a Business [Infographic]

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