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Port Tampa Bay steel business gets a boost

    Tampa’s port is already the largest economic driver in the region, with an estimated economic impact of more than $17 billion. With the addition of two new post-Panamax cranes last year, the approval of a project to deepen and widen the Big Bend Channel to allow larger ships to serve Port Redwing, and a new lease agreement with a steel manufacturing company, Port Tampa Bay is poised to play an even larger role in the shaping Tampa’s manufacturing … Continued

Florida in wake of 2017 Legislative Session: Still absolutely, positively open for business

    Florida’s 2017 legislative session – one that included well-publicized attacks on Enterprise Florida and incentives – was a cause for concern among companies and site selectors evaluating the state for a relocation or expansion. Now that the session is behind us, I’m happy to report that Florida remains open for business. Our state’s economic development toolkit – which includes performance-based financial incentives – has been preserved.   Two incentive programs upon which many projects rely, Florida’s Qualified Target … Continued

Medical device manufacturer plans US HQ expansion, 100 new jobs in Tampa

    Margie Manning | Tampa Bay Business Journal    A company that makes orthopedic devices and develops technology to improve surgical procedures is investing $500,000 to expand its US headquarters in Tampa.   Corin USA, a division of Corin Group LLC, plans up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles, as part of the expansion, a press release said.   The expansion — one of two announced Wednesday by the Tampa Hillsborough Economic … Continued

Corin USA expands headquarters in Hillsborough County, plans to add up to 100 new high-wage jobs by 2022

    TAMPA, Fla. – (July 5, 2017) – Corin, a global manufacturer of orthopedic devices and high-tech solutions to improve surgical procedures, today announced that it will expand its US headquarters in Tampa. The company will up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles and invest $500,000 in its new offices by 2022.   “We are fortunate to have such strong growth, which has enabled rapid expansion of our staff and facilities,” said … Continued

Ohio technology and software development firm relocates headquarters to Tampa

    TAMPA, Fla. – (July  5, 2017) –Vendita, a global technology and software development company that specializes in custom solutions for enterprise users of Oracle and IBM products and services, today announced that it will relocate its headquarters from Toledo, Ohio to Tampa. The company is creating up to 15 new jobs by 2019.The positions include high-tech, high-wage positions, such as database administrators and developers, along with sales professionals and administrative staff.   “Tampa’s technology industry has been generating … Continued

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Port Tampa Bay steel business gets a boost

    Tampa’s port is already the largest economic driver in the region, with an estimated economic impact of more than $17 billion. With the addition of two new post-Panamax cranes last year, the approval of a project to deepen and widen the Big Bend Channel to allow larger ships to serve Port Redwing, and a new lease agreement with a steel manufacturing company, Port Tampa Bay is poised to play an even larger role in the shaping Tampa’s manufacturing … Continued

Florida in wake of 2017 Legislative Session: Still absolutely, positively open for business

    Florida’s 2017 legislative session – one that included well-publicized attacks on Enterprise Florida and incentives – was a cause for concern among companies and site selectors evaluating the state for a relocation or expansion. Now that the session is behind us, I’m happy to report that Florida remains open for business. Our state’s economic development toolkit – which includes performance-based financial incentives – has been preserved.   Two incentive programs upon which many projects rely, Florida’s Qualified Target … Continued

Medical device manufacturer plans US HQ expansion, 100 new jobs in Tampa

    Margie Manning | Tampa Bay Business Journal    A company that makes orthopedic devices and develops technology to improve surgical procedures is investing $500,000 to expand its US headquarters in Tampa.   Corin USA, a division of Corin Group LLC, plans up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles, as part of the expansion, a press release said.   The expansion — one of two announced Wednesday by the Tampa Hillsborough Economic … Continued

Corin USA expands headquarters in Hillsborough County, plans to add up to 100 new high-wage jobs by 2022

    TAMPA, Fla. – (July 5, 2017) – Corin, a global manufacturer of orthopedic devices and high-tech solutions to improve surgical procedures, today announced that it will expand its US headquarters in Tampa. The company will up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles and invest $500,000 in its new offices by 2022.   “We are fortunate to have such strong growth, which has enabled rapid expansion of our staff and facilities,” said … Continued

Ohio technology and software development firm relocates headquarters to Tampa

    TAMPA, Fla. – (July  5, 2017) –Vendita, a global technology and software development company that specializes in custom solutions for enterprise users of Oracle and IBM products and services, today announced that it will relocate its headquarters from Toledo, Ohio to Tampa. The company is creating up to 15 new jobs by 2019.The positions include high-tech, high-wage positions, such as database administrators and developers, along with sales professionals and administrative staff.   “Tampa’s technology industry has been generating … Continued