Palm Beach County, Florida has been on the radar of many companies around the globe as a strategic business location. Home to 39 cities and towns, popular ones including Boca Raton, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Delray Beach, and Wellington, it’s strategically located in South Florida just 60 miles north of Miami, Florida.
What is most appealing to companies is the convenient access to world markets with local transportation hubs like Port of Palm Beach and Palm Beach International Airport. The County is also part of a tri-county region in South Florida that has 6.5 million Floridians, three international airports, 3.1 million labor force, and three Virgin Trains USA (formerly Brightline) high-speed rail stations that connect the downtown centers of West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami.
Just within the past year, four international companies have announced relocations to Palm Beach County, Florida:
Palm Beach County’s driving industries host big names such as Pratt & Whitney, Amazon, ADT, NextEra Energy, Office Depot, Carrier, The Scripps Research Institute, and the Max Planck Institute for Neuroscience to name a few. Some of the top industries include:
The Business Development Board, Palm Beach County’s official economic development organization, offers complimentary services such as expedited permitting, property searches, access to talent, tours of education facilities for families, and many other services to ensure the relocation is as smooth as possible.