South Florida is preparing to make a pitch to become Amazon’s second headquarters.
Miami-Dade County is open for business after experiencing the wrath of Hurricane Irma.
The Miami-Dade Beacon Council, the official economic development partnership, is working closely with public and private sector leaders to help Miami-Dade’s business community recover and get back to work as soon as possible.
South Florida hopes to persuade Seattle-based Amazon that it is the perfect location for the online shipping giant’s second North American headquarters, an eight-million-square-foot, 50,000-employee campus.
Even though Hurricane Irma missed South Florida, many small business owners are suffering from wind/flooding damage, power outages and loss of revenue.
Amazon has set off a scrum among cities that are hoping to land the company’s second headquarters — with the winner getting the prize of a $5 billion investment and 50,000 new jobs over the next two decades.
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