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The Florida Economic Development Council is a membership-based not-for-profit (501c6) corporation that relies on support from its members and investors to educate and inform business and government leaders about key economic development issues and initiatives.  FEDC is Florida’s primary resource for economic development related policy development, education and networking.

Your support is needed to help FEDC continue its strong support of business and economic development professionals throughout the state.

The Florida Economic Development Council is open to individuals, agencies, and companies who are interested in growing the economy of Florida. We welcome you to contact us directly by calling 850-601-0870 or emailing bkirkland@fedc.net.

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FEDC Nominating Committee Announces the 2016-17 Board of Directors Slate

FEDC Members, make your voice heard Are you ready to make a large impact on economic development efforts in Florida? Enjoy the rights you have as a member of FEDC and participate in determining the 2016-17 slate for the FEDC Board of Directors. A statewide member call will be held Friday, September 9 at 10:00 AM. The call […]

Florida’s top Economic Developers honored at annual conference

And the 2016 winners are … The Florida Economic Development Council, the host of the 2016 Florida Economic Development Conference, held May 15-17, 2016, at the Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, Florida, recognized the achievements of Florida’s top economic developers with two prestigious awards. The Eunice Sullivan Economic Development Professional of the Year award is given annually in […]

It’s time to concentrate on Economic Development Education

Our leaders must be reminded of the advantages of Economic Development Incentives After the recent budget negotiations in the Florida legislature, FEDC Vice Chair of Advocacy, Danita Andrews noted the following vital points about economic development education: “I  believe we have some fundamental ground to cover immediately, in the following session and leading up to […]

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