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  • 1. 2010-2015 Statewide Strategic Plan for Economic Development Update on Planning Process John A. Adams, Jr.
  • 2.
    • Statewide Strategic Plan:
    • “ Roadmap to Florida’s Future”
    • Build world-class talent
    • Ensure business climate competitiveness
    • Promote sustainable development
    • Invest in Florida’s innovation economy
    • Enhance state as pre-eminent global hub
    • Accelerate economic diversification
  • 3. On–Line Survey -- 300 + 10 Regional Forums -- over 1500 attendees -- on-line discussion boards State and EFI Board Roundtables
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  • 8. World Class Talent
    • Education – world-class, all levels, seamless
    • Technical/workforce supply chain
    • Niche area: STEM
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 62% No Progress or Lost Ground 29% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 96% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 3%
  • 9. Innovation
    • Central focus for diversification/ future growth
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Link higher education to economic development
    • Expanded incentive toolkit for innovation
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 53% No Progress or Lost Ground 38% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 95% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 5%
  • 10. Global Economy
    • Changing global landscape, increased competition
    • Expand focus to new emerging markets (BRICs)
    • Enhanced foundations: Multimodal infrastructure, language skills
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 54% No Progress or Lost Ground 44% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 87% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 13%
  • 11. Business Climate
    • Predictable business costs
    • Streamlined regulatory environment
    • Small business
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 55% No Progress or Lost Ground 37% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 95% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 5%
  • 12. Sustainable Development
    • Growth leadership linked to infrastructure
    • New needs: water, energy, public transit, broadband, cultural amenities
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 48% No Progress or Lost Ground 49% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 98% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 3%
  • 13. Diversification
    • Continued investments in clusters - persistence
    • Emerging technologies/opportunities
    • Regionalism / mega-regionalism
    Progress over past 3 years? Some, Moderate, or Significant Progress 54% No Progress or Lost Ground 42% Priority relevant to Florida's future? Agree or Strongly Agree 98% Disagree or Strongly Disagree 3%
  • 14.
    • www.eflorida.com/roadmap
    • Regional Forum Highlights and Discussion Boards
    • Next steps
    • Synthesis, research, plan development
    • EFI Board approval: November 2009
    • Delivery to Governor and Legislative Leaders: by January 1, 2010
  • 15. TARGETED SECTORS - The competitive edge -
  • 16.
    • Aviation/Aerospace
    • Clean Energy
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Financial Professional Services
    • Headquarters
    • Homeland Security/Defense
    • Information Technology
    • Life Sciences
    • Manufacturing
    TARGETED SECTORS
  • 17. BANNER CENTERS
    • Florida State College at Jacksonville
    Jacksonville Aviation & Aerospace
    • Lake City Community College
    Lake City Logistics & Distribution
    • University of Florida
    Gainesville Biotechnology
    • Indian River State College
    Fort Pierce Energy
    • University of Central Florida
    Orlando Alternative Energy
    • Seminole Community College
    Heathrow Digital Media
    • Polk State College
    Winter Haven Manufacturing
    • Indian River College
    Fort Pierce Homeland Security & Defense
  • 18. SITE SELECTION FACTORS: CORPORATE SURVEY Source: Area Development , March 2009 1. Highway accessibility 2. Labor costs 3. Occupancy and construction costs 4. Tax exemptions 5. Energy availability and costs 6. Availability of skilled labor 7. State and local incentives 8. Corporate tax rate 9. Low union profile 10. Available land
  • 19. STATEWIDE COMPETITIVE CHALLENGES
    • Availability of workforce – talent*
    • Access to capital
    • Incentives
    • Electrical costs
    • Insurance
    * Trained with specific skill sets – not cost Local issues: permitting, available land & cost

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