Florida-based national brands (2023)

Many Florida-based companies market their goods and services — or maintain operations — throughout the U. S. and across the world. Few, however, establish brands instantly recognizable to big chunks of the population. On the following pages, FLORIDA TREND highlights companies with true national — and in some cases international — name identity.

Manufacturers & Distributors


Revenue: $2.7 billion, Public No. 30

The storage container company still sells most of its products via independent distributors, but today only 14% of its sales are in North America.

Boar’s Head

Revenue: $1.2 billion, Private No. 37

Founded in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1905 and now headquartered in Sarasota, the fi rm’s meats and cheeses are familiar to anyone who’s shopped at a deli counter.


Revenue: $2.1 billion, Public No. 36

The soda manufacturer’s name isn’t well known, but if you’ve ever bought one of Publix’s or Walmart’s store brands, you’re a Cott consumer.


Revenue: $5.9 billion, Public No. 17

The economic recovery hasn’t been a bonanza for home builders so far, but analysts say Lennar is stronger than most, with innovations including a “next gen” home designed to appeal to families who have long-term guests, young adults still living at home or parents who have moved in. The home includes a complete suite with bedroom, kitchenette and living room.

Florida Crystals

Revenue: $5.5 billion, Private No. 9

The Fanjuls’ empire, the world’s largest sugar refi ner, sells products under the Domino, C&H, Florida Crystals, Redpath, Jack Frost and Tate & Lyle brands.

Tervis Tumbler

Revenue: $150 million, Private No. 187

The company’s insulated drinkware is manufactured in the U.S., in Venice.

Swisher International

Revenue: $237.6 million, Private No. 141

The company’s snuff and cigar lines include the iconic Swisher Sweets brand, which has been around since 1958.


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Revenue: $5.1 billion, Public No. 18

The company doesn’t sell brands familiar to consumers, but the U.S. Defense Department and a host of commercial businesses are customers for its communications technologies.

Elizabeth Arden

Revenue: $1.3 billion, Public No. 46

Makeup, skin care and fragrances


Revenue: $7.4 billion, Public No. 14

The company markets more than 100 well-known consumer brands, including Ball jars, Oster appliances, Bicycle playing cards, First Alert home safety products and Yankee Candle products.

Perry Ellis International

Revenue: $912.2 million, Public No. 57

In addition to the Perry Ellis brand, the apparel designer, distributor and licensor, based in Miami, also markets brands including Jantzen, C&C California, Cubavera, Original Penguin and Savane.

Fresh Del Monte Produce

Revenue: $3.7 billion, Public No. 23

The Coral Gables company’s fresh and prepared fruits, vegetables, snacks and desserts are marketed worldwide. It was spun off from Del Monte Foods in 1989 and licenses the name.

Singing Machine

Revenue: $34.4 million, Public No. 117

In 2013, Singing Machine sold $34.4 million in karaoke equipment, musical equipment and accessories.


Revenue: $29.1 billion, Private No. 2

About 75% of the iconic Florida brand’s stores are still in Florida, but the chain also operates in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina and South Carolina.


Revenue: $17.5 billion, Public No. 4

Founded by Wayne Huizenga, the company, based in Fort Lauderdale, is the nation’s biggest car dealer

Offce Depot

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Revenue: $11.2 billion, Public No. 8

Digesting its acquisition of OffceMax, the company has announced plans to close 400 stores, a move welcomed by the stock market.


Revenue: $3.3 billion, Public No. 26

The Boca Raton-based home security frm operates in the U.S. and 34 other countries.

Rooms to Go

Revenue: $1.8 billion, Private No. 20

The furniture chain has used celebrity lines from Cindy Crawford and Sofa Vergara to boost its profle. It operates nearly 150 stores throughout the South and in Puerto Rico.


Revenue: $3.4 billion, Public No. 25

The retailer sells online, on TV, in stores and through catalogs. It’s based in St. Petersburg.


Revenue: $2.6 billion, Public No. 32

The women’s clothing retailer is based in Fort Myers. It announced recently it will expand into Canada, with three stores in Toronto.

Stein Mart

Revenue: $1.3 billion, Public No. 48

The discount designer clothing store, based in Jacksonville, has been expanding recently. It operates in 29 states, most in the Southeast and Texas

Financial Services

Raymond James

Revenue: $4.6 billion, Public No. 19

The financial services firm has more than 6,200 advisers managing more than $462 billion in client assets. The firm is a supporter of the arts and maintains a museum-quality collection at its St. Petersburg headquarters.

Entertainment & Tourism

International Speedway

Revenue: $612.6 million, Public No. 62

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Revenue: $3.0 billion, Private No. 10

NASCAR, owned and operated by the France family, sanctions and governs races. International Speedway, run by the France family, owns and operates 13 racetracks. International Speedway is spending $400 million to renovate Daytona International Speedway and will also build a multimillion-dollar retail complex on 180 acres adjacent to the track.

Planet Hollywood International

Revenue: $281 million Private No. 129

The Orlando-based chain operates restaurants stores and a resort casino.


Revenue: $15.5 billion, Public No. 5

Carnival owns 101 cruise liners under the brands Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Seabourn in North America; and AIDA Cruises, Costa, Cunard, Ibero Cruises and P&O Cruises in Europe, Australia and Asia. It also owns and operates 11 hotels or lodges and approximately 300 motorcoaches and 20 glass-domed railcars.


Revenue: $1.5 billion, Public No. 44

SeaWorld operates 11 theme parks in the U.S.

Royal Caribbean Cruises

Revenue: $8.0 billion, Public No. 13

Royal Caribbean owns Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Club Cruises, CDF Croisieres de France and TUI Cruises. The company is fighting efforts by soccer star David Beckham to build a 25,000-seat waterfront soccer stadium at the southwest corner of PortMiami. The site — one of four possible locations for the new stadium — is Beckham's t op choice, but the cruise giant and an array of other shipping interests say that building the stadium at that location would harm the city's plans to capitalize on the expansion of the Panama Canal. According to the Miami Herald, Royal Caribbean has also cited traffic concerns and its own plans to develop the land that Beckham and his investors want to lease.

Transportation & Logistics


Revenue: $10.8 billion, Public No. 9

The newest arrival on Florida's corporate scene enters TREND'S Top 350 as one of the state's top 10 publicly traded companies. The car rental company, which acquired the Dollar Thrifty car rental group in 2012, is building a $50-million headquarters complex in Estero, near Fort Myers, and will relocate 700 jobs.


Revenue: $12.0 billion, Public No. 7

The railroadhas capitalized on the oil boom in Canada and the upper Midwest, becoming the East Coast leader in transporting crude oil to refineries along the Gulf Coast.


Revenue: $6.4 billion, Public No. 15

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The company, most familiar for its truck feet, helps companies managing everything from the acquisition of raw materials to the delivery of finished products.

Spirit Airlines

Revenue: $1.7 billion, Public No. 40

Spirit Airlines, the low-cost carrier based out of Miramar, continues to successfully market a travel proposition for travelers willing to trade creature comforts for cheap fares. The carrier is the most profitable U.S. airline in terms of operating margin (16. 2%) and return on capital (26%), according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Spirit generated three times more complaints than any other airline last year, according to a report issued by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund. The airline responds that its complaint rate amounts to about 10 unhappy passengers per 100,000 transported.


Bloomin' Brands

Revenue: $4.1 billion, Public No. 21

Tampa-based Bloomin' owns and operates 1,500 restaurants in 48 states and 21 countries. Its brands include Outback Steakhouse, Carrabbas Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Flemings Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar and Roy's. The company in March announced it planned to sell 18 million shares for $24.50 in a secondary offering.

Checkers Drive-In Restaurants

Revenue: $721.3 million, Private No. 57

The Tampa fast-food chain went private in 2006. Checkers, founded in Mobile, Ala., in 1986, merged with Rally's, formerly owned by CKE Restaurants, in 1999. There are 782 Checkers and Rally's in the U.S. The company was purchased by private equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners in March.

Darden Restaurants

Revenue: $8.6 billion, Public No. 12

Orlando-based Darden Restaurants sold its 705-restaurant Red Lobster chain for $2.1 billion in May over the objections of some shareholders. Starboard Value, a hedge fund investor group that owns more than 5% of Darden stock, had suggested splitting the company into thirds by spinning off Red Lobster and Olive Garden, both underperforming, into a separate company, lumping fast-growing concepts like Capital Grille and Yard House together as a separate division and converting the company into a real estate investment trust. A Teamsters fund and a pension fund have also sued Darden over recent changes the company made to its bylaws. The company also owns LongHorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52, Eddie V's Prime Seafood and Wildfish Seafood Grille.

Burger King

Revenue: $1.1 billion, Public No. 52

The Miami-based hamburger chain, majority-owned by private equity fund 3G Capital, operates 7,384 franchise restaurants and 52 company restaurants in the U.S. and Canada; 3,450 franchise restaurants in Europe, the Middle East and Africa; 1,550 franchise restaurants in Latin America and the Caribbean; and 1,231 franchise restaurants in the Asia Pacific. It also franchises and operates restaurants under the Hungry Jack's brand in Australia.

Ruth's Hospitality Group

Revenue: $406.6 million, Public No. 71

The Winter Park-based company owns, operates and franchises Ruth's Chris Steak House, Mitchell's Fish Market, Mitchell's Steakhouse and Cameron's Steakhouse. The company reported a first-quarter profit of $8.9 million on revenue of $109.7 million


Revenue: $364.4 million, Private No. 107

The Miami-based company was founded by Rocky Aoki in 1964. It owns 64 teppanyaki restaurants and the 25-location Ra sushi chain. The company also has a majority stake in the sevenrestaurant Haru chain in New York and Boston. Earlier this year, the company named former Bloomin' Brands executive Steve Shlemon president and CEO.

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Why is Florida attractive for business? ›

Florida's favorable tax rates are a significant factor driving many individuals and businesses to relocate to the state. To begin, Florida has no state personal, inheritance or intangibles tax. Its corporate and sales taxes are low compared to other states.

What are the three most important habits to be a successful entrepreneur? ›

Here are five undeniable habits that every successful entrepreneur adopts as their own:
  • 1) They set goals for themselves. ...
  • 2) They learn something new everyday. ...
  • 3) They're persistent. ...
  • 4) They surround themselves with people that make them better. ...
  • 5) They seek new experiences.

What is the best company to work for in the world? ›

World's Best Workplaces 2021
RankCompany NameLocation
1DHL ExpressBonn, Germany
2CiscoSan Jose, United States
3HiltonMcLean, United States
4AbbVieNorth Chicago, United States
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When entrepreneurs begin their venture they start with their means what are the three questions they must answer to identify their means select the three correct answers? ›

Solution : The three questions that entrepreneurs must strive to answer to understand the possibilities that are thrown up by their means are: •Who I am? What I know? Whom I know? SOURCE: Student Handout: Take Stock of Your Means You scored 1 of 1 Q3.

Why are so many companies moving to Florida? ›

The reasons Florida ranks so highly as a good environment for business include its pro-business policies and streamlined regulatory environment. The state offers incentives to attract all types of businesses, from corporate headquarters to manufacturing plants and service firms.

What is Florida's number one product? ›

Oranges are Florida's most important agricultural product. Other citrus fruits grown include grapefruit, limes, tangerines and tangelos.

What do entrepreneurs do all day? ›

But all entrepreneurs must work their business every day. This may mean making calls to find investors or clients, creating online marketing campaigns through social media to generate buzz for your product, or negotiating with manufacturers to determine production costs.

What do successful entrepreneurs do daily? ›

They Plan Their Day Ahead

Plenty of successful entrepreneurs plan their day the night before, but you can also do it first thing in the morning. Take stock of all the things you need to do that day and schedule the most complex tasks for that time of day when you are at your most focused and productive.

Which company pays highest salary? ›

According to some reports, Google pays its employees a salary that is 40% more than that of other businesses. Internet, cloud computing, computer software, hardware, artificial intelligence, and the advertising sector all apply to Google's services. Which company pays highest salary?

Who is the number 1 employer in the world? ›

Walmart is one of the largest companies in the world, generating 523.96 billion U.S. dollars in 2019.
Leading 500 Fortune companies based on number of employees in 2020.
CharacteristicNumber of employees
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Which is the No 1 company in world? ›

The Top 100 Companies of the World: Competition From China
#1AppleUnited States
#2Saudi AramcoSaudi Arabia
#3MicrosoftUnited States
#4AmazonUnited States
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What is one best business question that a successful entrepreneur asks themselves? ›

1. Why am I doing this? This is probably the single most important question for entrepreneurs to ask themselves.

What are three critical questions that entrepreneurs need to ask themselves while starting a business? ›

What are the critical questions that entrepreneurs need to ask themselves while starting a business? -Which location would be the most advantageous for my business? -What business structure would best suit my business? -What is the total cost of ownership of my capital purchases?

What should be the main worry of a entrepreneur who asks for capital in exchange for equity shares in their venture? ›

What should be the main worry of a company's founder who asks for capital in exchange for equity shares in their venture? The process of creating something new is called: Creative flexibility. Management.

Is Florida becoming overcrowded? ›

Between 2010 and 2020, the number of people living in Florida climbed by 16.4%, or 3,075,947 people.

Why are people flocking to Florida? ›

Why are People Moving to Florida? Florida is always an attractive place to relocate to with affordable homes, a zero income tax policy, and warm weather. More people are considering moving to the state to enjoy all it offers.

Is Florida a business friendly state? ›

Florida is accustomed to getting high marks in surveys and rankings of business-friendliness, but in a new CNBC analysis, the Sunshine State ranks 11th among top states to do business — a respectable showing but not among the upper echelon the state occupies in other rankings.

What is Florida's biggest income? ›

The economy of the state of Florida is the fourth-largest in the United States, with a $1.3 trillion gross state product (GSP) as of 2021.
Economy of Florida.
Unemployment2.7% (Aug. 2022)
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What is Florida's biggest industry? ›

Tourism. Florida is one of the world's top travel destinations, thanks to its beautiful climate, rich culture, miles of sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The country heavily relies on tourism to drive its economy than any other US state.

Is Florida rich or poor? ›

The GDP refers to the state's overall distribution of goods. The GDP of the U.S. is $21.7 million. By state, the GDP ranges from $33,278 in Vermont to $3,120,386,000 in California.
Richest States 2022.
StateGDP per CapitaGDP (millions $)
New Mexico$47,331100,777
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What skill does an entrepreneur need? ›

A great entrepreneur must be able to effectively communicate, sell, focus, learn, and strategize. An ability to continuously learn is not just a key entrepreneurial skill, but also a very valuable life skill. Growing a business requires a sound strategy based on inherent business sense and skills.

What makes someone a successful entrepreneur? ›

But research indicates that most successful entrepreneurs share certain personal attributes, including creativity, dedication, determination, flexibility, leadership, passion, self-confidence, and "smarts". Creativity is the spark that drives the development of new products, services, or ways to do business.

Are entrepreneurs born or made? ›

Entrepreneurs are not marked from birth; they are people who made a series of good decisions in their businesses and lives. Therefore, entrepreneurs are not born; they are made. Forbes Business Council is the foremost growth and networking organization for business owners and leaders.

Is entrepreneur a good career? ›

Entrepreneurship emerges as a favourite career option for the Indian students. There are many industries like internet & IT, media or engineering where you can find opportunities in abundance. Entrepreneurship as a profession gives a great sense of independence & remarkable amount of job satisfaction.

Is being an entrepreneur a career? ›

Being an entrepreneur is not a career. It is not something that you should major in in college. None of the above qualify you to start your own company. Starting a company, especially a high growth startup like those I am most familiar with, takes deep desire and is hard work.

How do entrepreneurs live their lives? ›

Even if your business is successful, entrepreneurship comes with a mix of inspiring days and challenging days. Life as a business owner will be riddled with challenges, obstacles and hurdles that you'll need to overcome in order to achieve the success you desire.

How do entrepreneurs start their day? ›

Establish a morning routine.

The successful entrepreneur creates a routine which could be waking-up, slamming down a glass of water, exercising, eating breakfast, and reading. Having a morning routine helps you start the day on the right track and keeps you grounded and consistent.

How can a business grow effectively? ›

Although growing your small business will take time and energy, there are 10 strategies you can use to help accelerate business growth.
  1. Do Your Research. ...
  2. Build a Sales Funnel. ...
  3. Increase Customer Retention. ...
  4. Participate in Networking Events. ...
  5. Practice Corporate Social Responsibility. ...
  6. Form Strategic Partnerships.

Which job is easy and high salary? ›

If you're looking for easy high paying jobs, don't discount house sitter. Your main responsibility is simply to be present, ensuring a home doesn't sit empty. Usually, there will be a few more duties, like watering plants, checking the mail, and maybe some light cleaning.

Which is highest paid job in USA? ›

Highest Paying Occupations
DermatologistsThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
CardiologistsThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers$202,180 per year
Nurse anesthetists$195,610 per year
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Which entry level jobs pay the most? ›

Top 17 Highest Paying Entry-Level Jobs
  1. Data Scientist. If you're looking for one of the highest-paying entry-level jobs around, data scientist is a biggie. ...
  2. Software Developer. ...
  3. Product Designer. ...
  4. Financial Analyst. ...
  5. Paralegal. ...
  6. UX Designer. ...
  7. Marketing Specialist. ...
  8. Human Resources Specialist.

Who is America's largest private employer? ›

Walmart, Inc.

Which is the best country to work? ›

  1. United Kingdom. Currently, the UK is the highest paying country to work in and unemployment there is also low. ...
  2. Germany. Germany possesses one of the largest economies in the world and has seen its role in the international community to grow steadily. ...
  3. China. ...
  4. Hong Kong. ...
  5. Turkey. ...
  6. Australia. ...
  7. Canada. ...
  8. France.
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What company hires the most employees? ›

Wal-Mart Stores

Who is the richest company in the world 2022? ›

Top 10 Richest Companies In The World By Market Cap
  • Apple Inc. ...
  • Saudi Aramco Market Cap ($2.33 trillion): It is the largest oil corporation in the world and accounts for more than half of Saudi Arabia's revenue. ...
  • Microsoft Corp. ...
  • Alphabet Inc. ...
  • Amazon.com Inc. ...
  • Tesla Inc. ...
  • Berkshire Hathaway Inc. ...
  • NVIDIA Corp.
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What is the most successful company in 2022? ›

The Top 10
  • 1Walmart.
  • 2Amazon.
  • 3Apple.
  • 4CVS Health.
  • 5UnitedHealth Group.
  • 6Exxon Mobil.
  • 7Berkshire Hathaway.
  • 8Alphabet.

What is the oldest company in the USA? ›

Oldest companies in North America

Up in the USA, the oldest company still going today is the Shirley Plantation, started in 1638 by Edward Hill, which is not only still a working plantation today – as well as a tourist attraction of course – but is also managed by his descendents all these centuries later.

What are the 4 basic business questions? ›

The 4 Questions You Need to Ask When Starting a Business
  • Why are you deciding to start the business? This is the most important question to answer before you do anything else. ...
  • What capital do you have access to? ...
  • What do you know how to do? ...
  • If this failed, would you regret it?
10 Dec 2015

What are two questions all entrepreneurs must ask themselves? ›

10 questions every entrepreneur needs to ask themselves every day
  • What do I want to accomplish today? ...
  • What are my motivations for the day? ...
  • What legacy do I want to leave? ...
  • How can I make today better than yesterday? ...
  • What could hold me back today? ...
  • What can I learn from today? ...
  • What did I achieve today?

Is Florida a good state to start a business in? ›

Low tax structure and business climate

Florida has no personal income tax, a 5.5 percent corporate tax rate, and no payroll taxes. That can be a game changer for a business that's just starting up or an established business that's looking to leave a high-tax state.

Is Florida a business friendly state? ›

Florida is accustomed to getting high marks in surveys and rankings of business-friendliness, but in a new CNBC analysis, the Sunshine State ranks 11th among top states to do business — a respectable showing but not among the upper echelon the state occupies in other rankings.

Is Florida good for small businesses? ›

With over 2.4 million small businesses in Florida alone, the Sunshine State shines bright on American business. Chief Executive Magazine calls Florida America's #2 best state for business, and it's no wonder.

What kind of business is profitable in Florida? ›

The most profitable branch of the economy in Florida is tourism. Over 100 million tourists visit Florida every year. Agriculture is the second largest sector of the Florida's economy. Florida's agriculture-friendly climate offers a long growing season.

What businesses are in high demand in Florida? ›

20 Best Business to Open in Florida to Generate 7 Figure Income in 2022
  • Insurance Franchise Business. Photo by Scott Graham on Unsplash. ...
  • Food Business. Photo by Luisa Brimble on Unsplash. ...
  • Microbreweries. ...
  • Real Estate. ...
  • Gardening Services. ...
  • Travel Agency or Tour Planner. ...
  • Senior Care Services. ...
  • Organic Farming.

What services are in high demand in Florida? ›

Tourism, industry, construction, international banking, biomedical and life sciences, healthcare research, simulation training, aerospace and defense, and commercial space travel, are strong points of the state, and have contributed immensely to the state's economic development.

How do I start a business in Florida with no money? ›

How to Start a Business When You Have No Money
  1. Beg and borrow. The place many first-time business owners go for funds: friends and family. ...
  2. Liquidate some assets. ...
  3. Find a partner. ...
  4. Tap your credit line or retirement funds. ...
  5. Start small. ...
  6. Leverage freebies. ...
  7. Keep your day job.
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Where does Florida rank in economy? ›

The economy of the state of Florida is the fourth-largest in the United States, with a $1.3 trillion gross state product (GSP) as of 2021. If Florida were a sovereign nation (2021), it would rank as the world's 16th-largest economy according to the International Monetary Fund, ahead of Indonesia and behind Mexico.

What state are most businesses moving to? ›

  1. Florida. Florida is a central spot for companies moving to the sunbelt. ...
  2. Texas. Year after year, Texas is consistently ranked as one of the top-performing business states in the country. ...
  3. Tennessee. Tennessee's cost of living is among the lowest in the country. ...
  4. Nevada.
8 Apr 2022

How many small businesses fail in Florida? ›

Florida ranks in the middle of the pack in terms of five-year start- up survival rates. Only 80 percent of the businesses created in 2020 will survive one year, while 50 percent will make it to 2025, and only one-third will still exist in 2030. 15 There are a number of reasons why small businesses start then fail.

What businesses will always be in demand? ›

  • Food. Food is required for life and this means demand will always be high. ...
  • Pharmaceutical. The pharmaceutical industry has experienced impressive growth globally. ...
  • Healthcare. ...
  • Education. ...
  • Sin Industry. ...
  • 6. Entertainment and Media. ...
  • Professional Services.

What company makes the most money in Florida? ›

That year, they had a revenue of 45.2 billion U.S. dollars. Following Publix Super Markets was Jabil, which had a revenue of 27.27 billion U.S. dollars.
Leading publicly traded companies in Florida in 2021, ranked by revenue (in billion U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicRevenue in billion U.S. dollars
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What is the cheapest most profitable business to start? ›

Here are some low cost business ideas with high profit potential to get you started.
  • Personal Training. ...
  • Event Planning. ...
  • Vacation Rentals Business. ...
  • Property Management. ...
  • Home and Office Cleaning. ...
  • Car Detailing. ...
  • Catering. ...
  • Food Truck Operation.
23 Jul 2019

What do people need in Florida? ›

Prepare yourself with the essentials for living your best life in the Sunshine State day after day.
  • Rain Jacket. Florida is known for its sudden and intense summertime rainstorms and sometimes an umbrella just isn't enough to keep dry. ...
  • Dehumidifier. ...
  • Overnight Bag. ...
  • Havaianas. ...
  • Ray Ban Original Aviators. ...
  • Umbrella. ...
  • Zip Up Hoodie.
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