Business in Florida Miami

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: International Trade and Business in Miami Florida (United States). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the State of Florida (the United States).
  2. The Economy of Florida and Miami.
  3. Economic Profile of Florida’ s regions.
  4. International Trade of Florida
  5. International advantages of Florida.
  6. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Florida.
  7. Florida industry clusters.
  8. Doing Business in Miami.
  9. Setting up a business in Florida: Corporations and Limited Liability Company (LLC)
  10. Case Study:
    1. Steve Strang
    2. Burger King
Sub-subject “Doing Business in Florida” is studied...
  1. Masters: International Business, America, and Pacific
  2. Doctorate in Business in America (e-learning)

Languages of study: English or Spanish Florida French Etats-Unis

  1. Credits of the sub-subject “Foreign Trade and Doing Business in Miami (US)”: 2 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: two weeks

Master in International Business for the US Students

Sample of the Sub-subject: Doing Business in Miami Florida:
Doing Business in Miami Florida

Sub-Subject Description (Doing Business in Miami Florida).

The economic growth of Florida is one of the success drivers for companies that choose to locate in Florida.

If Florida were a nation, would be the 19th biggest economy in the World.

  1. Florida is not only one of the biggest States in the United States, but also one of the fastest growing, regarding population, economic growth, personal revenue or employment.
  2. Florida is host to some 300 regional and hemispheric headquarters of companies from all over the world, making it a bearing of international business and trade.
  3. Many international companies base other facilities (warehousing, distribution, manufacturing) in Florida to take advantage of its easy access to the Global Markets.
  4. International companies use Florida to access Latin American and Caribbean markets, as well as the United States market.
  5. Florida is consistently ranked as one of the top pro-business states. Florida has a favourable business environment, with a low corporate revenue tax rate and no state personal revenue tax.
  6. Florida offers competitive cost of doing business, especially when compared to other high-tech states. Florida is also one of only a few right-to-work states in the United States

The economy of Florida promotes the growth of high-tech firms. Florida led the South-east of the United States and ranked fourth in high-tech employment.

Other sectors that have recorded remarkable economic growth in Florida include professional and business services, international trade, international transport, construction, leisure and hospitality, education, and health services.

Florida leads in foreign trade and foreign direct investment (FDI).

Florida has emerged as a hotspot for foreign direct investment (FDI).

Steve Strang (US Pentecostal Businessman)

Another important area to Florida economy is the creation of corporate headquarters in Florida. Corporate headquarters is defined as those facilities that support international, local, or regional (multi-state) operations for moderately mature companies with distributed operations and centralised strategic and management activities.

A corporation is a distinct legal entity formed for the express goal of conducting business activities while protecting its shareholders from personal liability. The LLC (Liability Limited Company) is a moderately new type of hybrid business structure that is now permissible in most states. LLC is intended to provide the limited liability protection of a corporation and functional flexibility and pass-through taxation advantage of a partnership.

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