Team Volusia EDC Supports Business Growth in Volusia County

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Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation
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A founding partner of a private law firm, Ted Doran represents numerous government agencies in Florida. Ted Doran also serves as a founding member and first chairman of Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation, an organization that provides support to local businesses to spur economic prosperity.

Team Volusia EDC represents 16 cities in Volusia County – a 1200-square mile expanse found in northeast Florida. The organization caters to a variety of businesses in aviation and aerospace, film production, and manufacturing.

Team Volusia EDC oversees the growth of businesses in the aerospace and aviation industry in the county, including five local airports and the oldest university specializing in aerospace in the world, the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The organization also ensures that local manufacturers, such as Hudson Technologies and Energizer Personal Care, have a proficient labor force trained at local colleges and universities. Team Volusia EDC also welcomes filmmakers who wish to produce a film or commercial, using as a backdrop The World’s Most Famous Beach and the myriad of picturesque settings in Volusia County.

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Volusia County – A Place to Establish a Business

 

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Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation
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Practicing law in Daytona Beach, Florida, attorney Ted Doran handles cases in a variety of practice areas at Doran, Sims, Wolfe & Ciocchetti. An active member of his community apart from dispatching his professional obligations, Ted Doran is a founding member of Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation (TVEDC).

TVEDC focuses on promoting Volusia County, which is situated on the northeastern coast of Florida. Made up of 16 cities, the county spans 1,200 square miles and offers numerous opportunities for prospective businesses.

With more than half a million citizens, its population can support a variety of industries. In the technology sector, the county takes part in the Central Florida High Tech Corridor (CFHTC). CFHTC advocates for the growth of high-tech companies, ranging from agritechnology to sustainable energy. Together, Volusia County and CFHTC improve the local economy.

The area is also home to more than 400 manufacturers. Manufacturers enjoy a 65-mile stretch of highway as well as an educated and skilled workforce, which can meet the demands of an advanced manufacturing environment. Further, business owners are eligible to apply for state and local incentives.