Miami Ranked First for Business Start-Ups! With its dynamic business climate, the Miami metro area ranked first in the country on the 2007 Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity. This annual study measures business start-up activity across the United States. IEC expects the Miami-Dade area to rank near the state’s top per capita personal income level, average annual wage, and gross metropolitan product in the coming year.
Miami’s economy is in perfect shape outside the new housing sector. New jobs are being created in tourism, health care, and especially trade, thanks to the strong economies in Latin America. With its international business orientation, Miami continues to attract multinationals. Touchbase is a British voice and data communications company. They plan to hire 30 people for its new Miami regional office over the next three years. Miami’s easy access to Latin America, Europe, and elsewhere makes it an ideal hub for those whose lives keep them on the move.
Miami Ranked First for Business Start-Ups
Miami ranked first in the nation for business start-ups. Dade’s multicultural, multilingual environment makes the region welcoming to international buyers. The Miami location is a convenient port of entry from South America and Europe. It offers major cultural, sports, and recreational events. For instance, the December Art Basel show on Miami Beach real estate attracts affluent Europeans who tell family and friends about south Florida. Contact me here today for more information.
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