Steering CommitteeJanuary 18, 2013
Agenda•   Welcome                     Doug Davidson, Bank of America                                Dr. Dale A. Brill, Flo...
Why Does This Matter?• Trade Creates Good Jobs• Trade Is Big Business• T d M  Trade Means Gl b l L d hi              Globa...
Have we made progress since 2010?                6
Trade Creates Good Jobs                                           International                                           ...
Trade is Big Business58 000 Florida companies export products58,000                                             $69       ...
Can We Double Exports by 2015?100            Export Target       Export Value80604020 0      2000      2005               ...
Trade Means Global Leadership6th      in employment supported by foreign direct investment4th      in value of exports mad...
Florida’s Future OpportunitiesMaximizing trade flows                     Jobsthrough Fl id gatewaysth    h Florida tGrowin...
Maximizing Trade Flows:                   What do we know?• Established market share – 60% of Florida’s total  merchandise...
Maximizing Trade Flows:              What do we need to know?• How do we preserve market share for N/S trade?• What is the...
Growing Exports:                   What do we know?• Strong export base - 20% of all U.S. exporting companies        g p  ...
Growing Exports:              What do we need to know?• Which exports are likely to grow?  – Alternative export scenarios•...
Positioning as a Global Hub:                    What do we know?• International destination – Florida drew 12.6 million  o...
Positioning as a Global Hub:            What Do We Need to Know?• What makes a global hub succeed?  – Global hub examples•...
Ideas From Around the State             19
Ideas From Around the StateAre development sites      • Build a statewide database of potentialavailable?                 ...
Questions?    22
Coordination with Parallel Efforts• Upcoming Events  – Fl id Chamber F    Florida Ch b Foundation T                     d ...
Committee Update• Membership recruitment• Study funding goals• Florida Chamber Foundation staff support                   ...
Next Steps• Next Committee Meeting  – In conjunction with Capitol Days – March (6,7,8)                                26
Trade and Logistics Presentation #2 (Jan 18 2013)
Trade and Logistics Presentation #2 (Jan 18 2013)
Trade and Logistics Presentation #2 (Jan 18 2013)
Trade and Logistics Presentation #2 (Jan 18 2013)
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Trade and Logistics Presentation #2 (Jan 18 2013)

  1. 1. Steering CommitteeJanuary 18, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda• Welcome Doug Davidson, Bank of America Dr. Dale A. Brill, Florida Chamber Foundation• Why Does This Matter?• Florida Trade Update Evan Enarson-Hering, Cambridge• Florida’s Opportunities John Kaliski, Cambridge• Committee Update Mark Wilson, Florida Chamber of Commerce• Next Steps D Doug D id Davidson 2
  3. 3. Why Does This Matter?• Trade Creates Good Jobs• Trade Is Big Business• T d M Trade Means Gl b l L d hi Global Leadership• Trade Enables Growth and Diversification 4
  4. 4. Have we made progress since 2010? 6
  5. 5. Trade Creates Good Jobs International I t ti l trade and investment totals … + 19,600 ,More trade and logistics jobs since 2010 18% of Florida’s economy + 8 500 8,500 More manufacturing jobs since 2010 gj 7
  6. 6. Trade is Big Business58 000 Florida companies export products58,000 $69 billion Exports grew $8 billion from 2010 in imports in 2012 20,600 Florida companies import goods $66 billion in exports in 2012 Imports grew $14 billi billion from 2010 8
  7. 7. Can We Double Exports by 2015?100 Export Target Export Value80604020 0 2000 2005 2010 2015 9
  8. 8. Trade Means Global Leadership6th in employment supported by foreign direct investment4th in value of exports made in Florida3rd in value of high-tech exports2nd in share of manufactured goods that are exported 10
  9. 9. Florida’s Future OpportunitiesMaximizing trade flows Jobsthrough Fl id gatewaysth h Florida tGrowing export-oriented Businessmanufacturing clustersPositioning Florida as Global Leadershipa global hub 12
  10. 10. Maximizing Trade Flows: What do we know?• Established market share – 60% of Florida’s total merchandise trade is with Latin America and the Caribbean• Import gap – Only 55% of waterborne containers consumed in Florida enter U.S. through Florida seaports• Excess capacity – Inbound tonnage 80% larger than outbound tonnage today 13
  11. 11. Maximizing Trade Flows: What do we need to know?• How do we preserve market share for N/S trade?• What is the impact of re-shoring and near-shoring?• Wh Where is it f i feasible t b tt match i / t fl ibl to better t h in/out flows? ?• What is the trigger point for increasing share of imports and di i t d discretionary t d ? ti trade? – Supply chain case studies 14
  12. 12. Growing Exports: What do we know?• Strong export base - 20% of all U.S. exporting companies g p p g p are located in Florida• Small business matters - 67% of Florida exports are produced by small and medium size companies• Competitive advantages - Florida ranks 3rd in exports of high tech goods 15
  13. 13. Growing Exports: What do we need to know?• Which exports are likely to grow? – Alternative export scenarios• How do we build export-oriented clusters? – Interviews with policymakers and exporters – Coordination with partners and ongoing initiatives 16
  14. 14. Positioning as a Global Hub: What do we know?• International destination – Florida drew 12.6 million overseas visitors in 2011• Investment focus – Florida ranked 6th in the nation in foreign direct investment• Services center -- Increasing role as supplier of international business, financial, health services• Extensive network - Florida has 20 foreign trade zones, 80 consulates, and 31 t di partners of over $1 billi l t d trading t f billion 17
  15. 15. Positioning as a Global Hub: What Do We Need to Know?• What makes a global hub succeed? – Global hub examples• How does Florida compare? – Benchmarking with available data• How does trade support other aspects of global leadership? 18
  16. 16. Ideas From Around the State 19
  17. 17. Ideas From Around the StateAre development sites • Build a statewide database of potentialavailable? sites near Florida’s transportation hubs. Florida s • Waive visa requirements for BrazilianWhat regulatory barriers g y visitors/businesses to travel to the U S U.S.exist? (currently 100 day waiting period.)WhatWh t assistance is i t i • Expand Enterprise Florida funding for small business export grants andnecessary? technical support.What can the state do? • Coordinate efforts of Enterprise Florida, Workforce Florida, FDOT with seaports and major businesses businesses. 20
  18. 18. Questions? 22
  19. 19. Coordination with Parallel Efforts• Upcoming Events – Fl id Chamber F Florida Ch b Foundation T d ti Transportation S t ti Summit it • February 11 – Florida DOT Intermodal Logistics Center Summit • February 21-22 21 22 – Florida Chamber of Commerce - Capitol Days • M h68 March 6-8 – Florida Chamber of Commerce - International Days • April 2-3 24
  20. 20. Committee Update• Membership recruitment• Study funding goals• Florida Chamber Foundation staff support 25
  21. 21. Next Steps• Next Committee Meeting – In conjunction with Capitol Days – March (6,7,8) 26

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