Business Help

Key Economic Contacts

Starting A Business

Help for start-ups: UCF Technology Incubator.

Free training and counseling: National Entrepreneur Center.

Bilingual assistance to Hispanic entrepreneurs trying to establish or expand their business: The Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Florida.

Relocate A Business

Assistance with relocating your business to Orange County: Orlando Economic Development Partnership.

Assistance with relocating your business to Florida: SelectFlorida.

Assistance locating office, lab and manufacturing space: Central Florida Research Park.

For additional assistance to relocate your company to Orange County. Contact the Office of Economic Trade & Tourism Development at (407) 836-7326.

Small Business Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration helps small businesses get funding by setting guidelines for loans and reducing lender risk. These SBA-backed loans make it easier for small businesses to get the funding they need.


To help revitalize business zones in designated corridors by improving the aesthetic appeal for shoppers and business owners, Orange County’s BANC Program (Business Assistance for Neighborhood Corridors) provides façade grants to small businesses.

Just For Biotech

Resources for the biotech and medical device industry: BioFlorida.

High Tech And More

Find out if you qualify for additional business loans and assistance programs.

Resources for the digital media, arts and entertainment industry: Digital Media Alliance Florida.

Help developing Florida's high tech businesses: Florida High Tech Corridor Council.

Lake Nona and Innovation Way land resources: Tavistock Group.

Contact Us

Orange County Office of Economic, Trade & Tourism Development
Orange County Government Administration Center
201 S. Rosalind Avenue, 5th Floor
Orlando, FL 32801

Email: Economic Development
Phone: (407) 836-7370
Fax: (407) 836-7399

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