Economic Development

Through strategic partnerships and global outreach initiatives, we are expanding business opportunities
and building a diverse economy.
Learn how we're growing Miami-Dade

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Target Industries

Miami-Dade attracts new business investment in a wide range of sectors. 
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One Community One Goal

The Beacon Council and its Foundation strive to create an economic climate where residents have access to quality opportunities, with a focus on higher paying jobs in target industries. 
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The Beacon Council works to provide Member-Investors with networking opportunities and access to vital research.
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Partnerships

From funding needs and technical assistance to consumer services— our industry partners work with us to help businesses get what they need when they need it.
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Local Business Local Jobs

Our goal is to develop an economy where businesses thrive and residents have access to quality job opportunities.
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One Community One Goal

About OCOG

The purpose of One Community One Goal is to provide Miami-Dade County with a roadmap for its future economic development success.  It offers strategic recommendations aimed at creating an environment where significant job creation occurs with a focus on new higher-paying jobs in target industries.  It is a community-wide effort that provides a unified vision for long-term economic growth in Miami-Dade County.

Miami-Dade Beacon Council Names 2017 Board of Directors

(Miami, FL) Sept. 29, 2016 -  The Miami-Dade Beacon Council, a public-private partnership whose mission is to increase jobs and investment, announces its 2017 Board of Directors and Officers. The leadership group includes many of Miami's most well-known business leaders and representatives of the community's successful small businesses, and leading government officials.

Assisted Living Management Company Opens National Headquarters adding 150 new jobs and $100,000 in Capital Investments

(Miami, FL) - September 22, 2016 - The leader of Innovation Senior Management (ISM) has seen the Assisted Living and Healthcare sectors grow at a record pace, but with more than 20 years of experience in 23 states, she knows many owners and investors need guidance.

Miami-Dade Beacon Council Announces Leadership Transition Plan

(Miami, FL - September 19, 2016) - The Miami-Dade Beacon Council announced the appointment of Sheldon Anderson, a past Chair of the organization and respected community leader, to serve as Interim President & CEO until a permanent replacement for outgoing President & CEO Larry Williams

Miami-Dade Beacon Council Announces Lineup of Top Business and Community Leaders as Committee Chairs

(Miami, FL) Sept.15, 2016 -- The Miami-Dade Beacon Council announced today its roster of new committee leaders for 2016-2017.

The six industry and four market committees help implement the community's economic development strategy by helping drive job creating investments that offer high paying jobs and promising career paths. The committee chairs provide direction and leadership for their committee's goals which support the business development mission of the Miami-Dade Beacon Council such as generating new business leads and visiting local businesses.

Miami-Dade Continues Upsurge in Yearly Job Growth

(Miami, FL - Aug. 19, 2016) - Miami-Dade added nearly 2 percent job growth (20,700) from July 2015 to July 2016 with growth in the construction sector leading (13.6 percent), followed by professional service sector (3.4 percent) and financial activities (3.8 percent) according to statistics released Friday.

"This past year, we've seen consistent increases in job growth in nearly all sectors and that trend continues," The Miami-Dade Beacon Council President & CEO Larry K. Williams said. "The job numbers reflect the diverse nature of our economy and community."

 

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