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

Available Land & Buildings

Find land, available commercial
space and other regional data via
our interactive maps. 
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Target Industries

Miami-Dade attracts new business investment in a wide range of sectors. 
Explore the target industries

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. 

In Good Company, With Room for You

The Beacon Council works to provide Member-Investors with networking opportunities and access to vital research.


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.

Local Business Local Jobs

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

Miami-Dade's Tech Sector to bring 300 jobs and $4 million in New Capital Investment

(Miami, FL) July 13, 2016 - The Miami-Dade Beacon Council announces the recruitment of two new tech-related companies to the area and the major expansion of an existing technology business.The three companies combined will bring more than $4 million dollars in new capital investment and more than 300 new jobs to the County within three years.

Beacon Awards 2017

The Beacon Awards is a highly-recognized signature event that honors Miami-Dade businesses for their significant contributions in the areas of job creation, business expansion, corporate citizenship, and leadership. Nominate your company 

Miami-Dade adds 18,600 new jobs since 2015 with cross-sector gains

(Miami, FL - July 22, 2016) - Miami-Dade added 18,600 new jobs from June 2015 to June 2016 with growth in the construction sector leading (13.2 percent), followed by financial service sector (3.7 percent) and professional service sector (3.3 percent) according to statistics released Friday.