These Companies are Relocating to Right to Work Florida

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Right to Work Florida is a thriving state, and because of this, they attract many businesses. Just a few of these include Dark Storm Industries, Dun & Bradstreet, and IDme. Dark Storm Industries and Dun & Bradstreet are both relocating from different states. Meanwhile, IDme has chosen this state to add a new location. Altogether, these three companies will create 1,050 new jobs. So this is a big win for Florida!

Read on to learn more about each company and its plans.

Dark Storm Industries:

Dark Storm Industries is relocating soon to Right to Work Titusville, Florida with a $3.2 million investment. This will also create 50 new jobs!

“The combination of economics and a friendlier political environment made the decision to build our new headquarters and manufacturing plant in Florida an easy one. […] We are excited to join a growing number of gun manufacturers on the Space Coast and look forward to our new facility allowing us to both increase our production capacity as well as develop new and exciting products.”

“I commend Dark Storm Industries on their wise decision to make Florida their new base of operations. […] We look forward to the positive impact Dark Storm Industries will have on Florida’s economy.” […]

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Dun & Bradstreet:

Dun & Bradstreet is relocating headquarters from New Jersey to Right to Work Jacksonville, Florida with a $75 million investment that will create 500 new jobs!

“Jacksonville is an attractive market to recruit and retain future, diverse talent and we look forward to building our presence in the market and creating greater opportunities for advancement for the local community.” […]

“Dun & Bradstreet is a global brand that could locate anywhere, and we are happy they are choosing Jacksonville. […] The company knows we have a skilled, talented workforce that they need to continue to grow and succeed. We look forward to working with the City Council on this important project.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

IDme:

IDme just opened a new location in Right to Work Tampa, Florida. They will also start hiring with plans to create over 500 new jobs this year.

“The ID.me team has an audacious mission to help people live better lives. We’re excited to expand our culture of service. […] The Tampa area has a great talent pool to help us deliver amazing member experiences and support our ‘No Identity Left Behind’ initiative. We believe that all people should have control of their digital identity, and by hiring more member support agents, we can provide even greater access and inclusion through our video chat verification process.” […]

“As someone who has served in the U.S. Marine Corps and has roots in the Tampa Bay area, I am thrilled that a veteran-led company like ID.me will be bringing jobs to Tampa,” said Florida Secretary of Commerce Jamal Sowell. “As ID.me’s second home, Tampa and its talented workforce will have an open door to exciting opportunities.”

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