January 27th 2021
Does your current capacity accommodate new growth? Are you using the latest technologies to increase your capacity to grow? Do you know the minimum sustaining revenue your company needs to ensure resiliency?
Take our short Market Changes and Growth Plans: Post-COVID Survey to understand potential gaps in your resiliency and growth plans, and to help the FloridaMakes Network better serve you
January 5th 2021
We’re excited to report that Florida manufacturers who received services through the FloridaMakes Network have reported a combined total of $2.18 billion in measurable impacts (total survey data through Q3, 2020). On average, $4.8 million in total impact and 29.9 jobs were created or retained per client. The findings were reported directly by manufacturers through an independent third-party survey conducted on behalf of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP).
December 28th 2020
Governor Ron DeSantis today recognized the exemplary work of CareerSource Florida and the state workforce system in 2020, an extraordinary year of challenges and opportunities.
“The adaptability and innovation of our neighbors and our business community are accelerating Florida’s recovery, and the CareerSource Florida network is here to help,” said CareerSource Florida President and CEO Michelle Dennard. “With Governor DeSantis’ leadership, we are working with partners and stakeholders in education, industry, government and more to craft, execute and administer Florida’s roadmap to a robust, growing economy.”
November 11th 2020
Ray Aguerrevere, Vice President of Custom Metal Designs in Orlando, has been named to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP) Advisory Board. The MEP Advisory Board is a national board, that is legislatively mandated and established pursuant to the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA).
October 28th 2020
The FloridaMakes Network recently queried Florida’s legislative candidates to learn more about their thoughts and opinions about job growth, economic development, investing in manufacturing, and STEM education.