What They Are Saying…

Governor Scott’s Record of Job Creation Growing Businesses in Orlando Area

President of Newly-Expanded Embraer Aircraft Holding Inc., Gary Spulak: “This latest achievement is a testament to the close partnership we have with the state of Florida and economic development authorities on the Space Coast and Melbourne, without which this aviation campus would not have been possible.”

CEO of Newly-Relocated Mazor Robotics, Inc.,Ori Hadomi: “We anticipate a great deal of growth over the next several years, and the medical centers in Florida have been innovators with their rapid adoption of the Renaissance technology. We strongly believe that with the Orlando area’s commitment to providing a superior environment for medical research and development, our company will be well-positioned to maximize that growth opportunity.”

President and CEO of Newly-Expanded Harris Corporation, William Brown: “For our community and state, it represents our commitment to being here for the long term and continuing to play a key role in the region’s economic growth. One aspect of that is a commitment to use local suppliers when possible, and we are very pleased to team with these respected Central Florida construction firms to make our new technology center a reality.”

President and CEO of Newly-Expanded Prime Therapeutics, Eric Elliott: “We are excited to create this foothold in Florida and create new jobs for Orange County and for Prime. We have been impressed with the level of support among the organizations in this state, and look forward to calling Florida home as we’ve done with our other operations in Minnesota, Texas, New Mexico and Nebraska. Prime has hired, and will continue to hire, pharmacists, pharmaceutical technicians, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses and medical billing and customer service representatives.”

CEO of Newly-Expanded Digital Risk, Peter Kassabov: “We are committed to building long-term careers, not just jobs. That’s why we invest more than $10,000 in training for each employee we hire. Florida’s incentive programs will allow us to expand our training even further as we look to hire 1,000 new employees in the next two years.”


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