When it comes to economic development, where has Tallahassee been and where is it going? What sparked the change?
They don’t have wings but they do have money ready to lift the dreams of enterprising entrepreneurs.
The Economic Development Council of Tallahassee/Leon County is focused on keeping and growing local businesses.
This local business has a yearly revenue of $36 million and produces a fuel management system serving nearly 6,000 clients.
Research at Florida State University attracts more than $200 million in support from federal sources, private foundations and state agencies — and often leads to development of new companies.
Celebrating home-made success stories, one company at a time.
Florida State University is changing the face of medical care in North Florida, an important tool in economic development.
With its new “international” designation, Tallahassee’s airport is open to the world’s passengers and cargo.