Economic Growth Leads to Industry Expansion in Central Florida.

Orlando and Tampa have long been a playground for adults and children alike with attractions such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, Legoland, and even Gatorland. Now, a nearly 51% population increase since 2000 has led the city to diversify past its tourism backbone. Jobs are popping up, aided by the extensive multi-modal transportation system and low cost of living. Florida’s pro-business state taxes also make it an appealing hub for industries of all kinds.

“At NOW CFO we are excited to join the market by helping businesses of all sizes, whether that means the established tourism industry or newer companies building their foothold.” said Danene Bottiaux. Florida is in an exciting time with new opportunities every day and a multitude of short-term projects. A top ranked workforce means company owners have their pick of employees. “We are a great resource in this market because we offer experience and work ethic without the need for companies to search for and hire a full-time person.” Bouttiaux explained.

Orlando and Tampa are leading the state of Florida with high rates of projected growth in construction, business, finance and, of course, leisure and tourism. NOW CFO can’t wait to dig in and become a part of this expanding economic playground. “We look forward to adapting ourselves to a wide range of industries.” Bottiaux said. “Plus, who doesn’t love living in sunny Florida?”


Click Here to read the full press release on our Orlando and Tampa offices.

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