ChamberNet Florida is a part of our nation network of local Chambers of Commerce, established in Tallahassee, Florida to enhance and to promote Florida's economy by connecting export corporations in the State of Florida with importing companies all over the world. The Chamber helps U.S. exporters and freight forwarding companies to build strong business relations, expanding their trade and exploring new possible markets. We offer comprehensive research and reports about the economic climate in Florida's major cities and counties, such as Tallahassee, Miami, Jacksonville, Orlando,...etc. ChamberNet Florida prides itself for being the first Chamber of Commerce in the United States that adopts a fully electronic certification system that offers the importing companies/ governments an effective method to verify the authenticity of the Chamber's stamp. Additionally, the chamber provides a dynamic platform that enables customers to share their experience dealing with US corporations and to post their reviews and opinions about companies.
Our resources are not only available to our members. In fact, we offer assistance for exporters in all of the 5 states in which we are located to provide certification services for Invoice, Certificate of of origin, Packing List, and any other required export documents.
ChamberNet has the experience to educate and advise manufacturers and exporters how to export under a letter of credit, how to prepare an international contract, and to explain the process of obtaining any required attestation, certification, authentication, or legalization of their documents.
Florida is ranked the second largest export State in the United States and a main gateway for International trade between the U.S. and the world. Near the half of all U.S. exports to South and Latin America (About %40) pass through Florida. Because of the geographic nature of the state, most corporations are too close to one of four major shipment ports located in Florida. This advantage allows small and mid-sized companies opportunities to export its products internationally. Merchandise and goods exported from and/ or through Florida have reached $81.7 billion in 2014. The leading exported products from the State of Florida, including, but not limited to: aircraft, motor vehicles, telecommunications equipment, engines and parts, computer components, and gold products. Additionally, Florida is expanding its exports of agricultural products, seafood, livestock, waste and scrap, minerals, forestry products, and oil and gas.
Only 10 miles away from the Northern Orlando Suburb. It has the highest annual business revenue that reaches $4.5 million. Maitland has the National Entrepreneur Center, and business development center.
Only 15 miles away from Miami and its port. The economy of Doral is based on financial Business, international trade, logistics and tourism . Doral has some major companies such as Hellmann Worldwide logistics.
The economy of Naples is based largely on tourism. There is an average of 50 businesses/ 100 people, which is considered the highest rate in Florida such as the 5th Avenue South Business Improvement District.
A small City, which is located between Orlando and Jacksonville. Palatka is the headquarter for some of the Major companies in Florida such as Putnam Community Medical center and St. Johns River Waters Management.
Located in central Florida with an economy based largely on Agriculture. Sebring is famous for its citrus farming and beef cattle industries. Sebring has the highest percentage of paid employees that reach 53%.
Located outside of the Miami area, Resident of the Coral Gables earn the highest median income rate in Florida that could reach $69.375 a year . It is the headquarter of Miami university and Mas Tec Inc. It as a lot of restaurant an bridal boutiques.
ChamberNet is a national network of local chambers of commerce extending all across the United States providing U.S. corporations, exporters and forwarders with comprehensive economic research about international markets. Headquartered in Washington DC, with an additional (5) branches in Texas, New York, California, Florida and Maryland, ChamberNet aims to enhance the American economy by building strong relations between American businesses and international importing countries. We take pride in being the first Chamber of Commerce in the United States to adopt a fully electronic certification system offering private and governmental importing officials an effective method for verification of the authenticity of ChamberNet's stamp. ChamberNet also provides a dynamic platform for customers to share their experiences with US companies by posting their reviews.
A Local Chamber of Commerce in Florida
2246 Old Carrouth Path
Tallahassee, Fl 32303
Tel: (850) 792-7600