Miami Submits Proposal to Become Amazon’s HQ2 with University’s Help

The City of Miami submitted a bid to become home to Amazon’s second headquarters, with the help of the University of Miami.


Hey, Amazon, Look at Us. South Florida Seeks the Tech Giant’s Second HQ

South Florida has submitted its proposal to lure Amazon’s highly coveted second headquarters, along with potentially hundreds of North American cities and metropolitan areas competing for the e-commerce gorilla’s $5 billion campus.


September Employment Report Miami- Dade County Continues to See Unemployment Rate Drop Despite Recent Storm Activities

Miami- Dade County continues to maintain a low unemployment rate, experiencing a 0.3 percentage point decrease from August 2017. Even with “weathering” Hurricane Irma, Miami-Dade County’s 4.6 unemployment rate is the lowest since the 2008 recession, highlighting the county’s resiliency.


Jobless rates Fall and Broward’s rate Drops like a Rock. But that’s not the Whole Irma Story

If there is going to be an Irma Effect, it hasn’t shown up in the South Florida and state unemployment numbers — except in one county.


Miami Tiene Todo lo Necesario Para ser la Nueva Sede de Amazon?

El Beacon Council de Miami y el municipio mismo, lideraron el proceso de desarrollar el pliego de peticiones que lanzó Amazon para la ciudad que quisiera participar en la competencia.

A New Vision for a Robust Miami Economy

The Beacon Council recently introduced Michael Finney as its new President & CEO of the organization, as it looks to continue building Miami into an economic powerhouse.

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Fostering Economic Prosperity for Each is Good for all

The Miami-Dade Beacon Council is a public-private partnership to promote economic development. Its primary focus is to foster activity that creates jobs and increases business growth.

South Florida Municipalities Attempt to Lure Amazon to Build Headquarters

South Florida is preparing to make a pitch to become Amazon’s second headquarters.

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