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The state of Florida, nicknamed the “Sunshine State”, is always undergoing major development. Its population climbed from 9.7 million in 1980 to 18.8 million in 2010. Florida is also the world’s premier tourist destination, with a yearly average of 43 million visitors.

The weather is perfect all year long. The north part of Florida enjoys a continental tempered climate, whereas central Florida has a semi-tropical one, and the south part of the state has a tropical climate. With more than 400 golf courses, Florida is a golfer’s paradise. Tennis, water activities, fishing, swimming and scuba diving can be enjoyed all year long. The Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico’s beaches are pristine and the magnificent lakes and rivers are set up for the enjoyment of residents and visitors year round.


660 Riviera Bella Dr
(386) 668-7811

Orlando has a bright future as a developing economic pole of central Florida. With 2 million people living there, it is one of the cities in the USA that has the fastest pace in terms of population growth. About one sixth of the population of central Florida lives in Orlando. The real estate and job markets have been very strong since 2002, and are expected to grow and develop over the years.

Orlando is literally a paradise for entertainment. The theme park lovers will appreciate the proximity of Disney World, Universal Studios, Bush Gardens, Sea World and many more. The sport enthusiasts will be able to enjoy more than 150 golf courses, 800 tennis courts, and 21 trekking paths that are located in the Orlando metro area. The connoisseurs will take a great pleasure tasting the food proposed by the 5 800 restaurants spread out in the region to satisfy everyone‘s appetite.

From the simple district it was in its early life, Orlando has now become a metropolis, extending between Sanford and Saint Cloud where more than 4 000 high tech companies employing more than 65 000 persons and work in tight collaboration with the nearby universities to create one of the country’s most important technological clusters. In a nutshell, Orlando is one of the rare cities in America to enjoy such a strong and diversified economic development.


407 Lincoln Rd Suite 701
(305) 351-2334

The Miami metro region represents the major part of the 200 square kilometers of Dade County.

Everything in the city reflects its multicultural background: its business district –one of the most important in the US, its population, its surroundings, its schools, its architecture… The proximity of the Caribbean, of Central and South America, and the big capacity of Miami’s airports and harbor are an additional advantage for this region.

Long time appreciated for its beauty and its ideal weather, Miami has also been a big tourist destination since its debut. Today, visitors can enjoy numerous parks and natural surroundings and its 215 miles of coast. The south shore includes a wide scuba diving area including Biscayne Bay, and a variety of other small islands. At the southwest, the Everglades National Park extends on 430 acres of swamps, mangrove and hillock, and constitute one of the biggest and most fascinating zoological reserve in the USA.

5.5 million people currently live in the Miami metro area. With 400 000 citizens, Miami is the biggest city of Dade County, followed by Hialeah, Miami Beach, North Miami and Coral Gables. People between 35 and 44 represent a wide part of the population of the region, which confers a great deal of dynamism and cultural diversity to its workforce, making it more adapted to the business market focused on international trades.


PO Box 940, Winter Park
(386) 668-7811

The city of Tampa operates over 165 parks and beaches covering 2,286 acres (9.25 km2) within city limits; 42 more in surrounding suburbs covering 70,000 acres (280 km2), are maintained by Hillsborough County. These areas include the Hillsborough River State Park, just northeast of the city. Tampa is also home to a number of attractions and theme parks, including Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Adventure Island, Lowry Park Zoo, and Florida Aquarium.

Perhaps the most well known and anticipated events are those from Tampa's annual celebration of "Gasparilla", particularly the Gasparilla Pirate Festival, a mock pirate invasion held since 1904 in late January or early February. Often referred to as Tampa's "Mardi Gras", the invasion flotilla led by the pirate ship, Jose Gasparilla, and subsequent parade draw over 400,000 attendees, contributing tens of millions of dollars to the city's economy. Beyond the initial invasion, numerous Gasparilla festivities take place each year between January and March, including the Gasparilla Children's Parade, the more adult-oriented Sant'Yago Knight Parade, the Gasparilla Distance Classic, Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, and the Gasparilla International Film Festival, among other pirate themed events.

Other notable events include the Outback Bowl, which is held New Year's Day at Raymond James Stadium. Each February, The Florida State Fair brings crowds from across the state, while "Fiesta Day" celebrates Tampa's Cuban, German, Italian, African-Cuban, Jewish and Spanish immigrant heritage. In April the MacDill Air Fest entertains as one of the largest military air shows in the U.S.. Guavaween, an nighttime street celebration infuses Halloween with the Latin flavor of Ybor City

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