Economic Development Resources

Palm Beach County Logo Palm Beach County's Department of Economic Sustainability (DES) administers programs for business development, housing, and community initiatives. The mission of the Palm Beach County DES is to advance community sustainability by increasing economic competitiveness and improving the elements that create a high quality of life for Palm Beach County's residents.
The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce is the largest Chamber in Palm Beach County, with a membership of more than 1,500 companies representing over 86,000 employees in Boca Raton and beyond. Since 1952, the Boca Chamber has been enabling the community's business people to thrive by providing opportunities for leadership, networking, innovative business programs, education, and giving back to the community.
Business Development Board Logo The mission of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County is to stimulate economic energy, promote business diversity and enrich the vitality of Palm Beach County through the relocation, retention and expansion of companies to the Palm Beach area.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward Alliance is Broward County's official public/private partnership for economic development by fostering and promoting business attraction, recruitment, retention, expansion and new capital investment in Broward County
The City of Deerfield Beach provides economic development and redevelopment services through its Office of Economic Development. Programs include utility tax elimination, commercial façade funding, small business counseling and financing referrals and participation with most county/state financial incentive initiatives.  
Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce is a business advocacy organization and exists to serve the needs of its members. The mission of the Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce is to foster an environment that creates employment, encourages tourism, enhances growth and improves the overall quality of life for our business community and residents.
Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development implements and provides a full range of strategies designed to enhance Broward County's economy that result in job creation, business expansion, and the continual improvement of the quality of life of Broward County residents.  
The Florida Economic Development Council is the professional association of economic, workforce and community developers who work in Florida’s 67 counties, over 400 cities, 24 workforce regions, 28 colleges, 12 universities, as well as utilities, ports, airports and industrial authorities. FEDC’s members are among the highest credentialed professionals in the industry – many with advanced degrees in finance, business, IT, engineering, planning and real estate.
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is a public-private partnership between Florida’s business and government leaders and is the principal economic development organization for the state of Florida. EFI’s mission is to expand and diversify the state’s economy through job creation.
The Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research (the Institute) is Florida's One-Stop-Shop for investors and entrepreneurs who seek to identify new opportunities based on technologies developed through publicly-funded research. The Institute facilitates new venture creation through commercially-viable technologies in major industries that are driving the global economy, including clean energy, life science, information technology, aviation and aerospace, homeland security/defense, and other emerging sectors.