Our region offers businesses favorable tax policies and quick speed to market permitting times, numbers of sites and business districts and local leadership who are committed to fostering a conducive business environment.

Starting a business in Lake County has never been easier or more promising.

What makes Lake County a desirable place to start or relocate a business?

Quick Speed to Market with Fast Track Permitting

Available & Skilled Workforce with more than 100,000 in Prime Working Age

Robust Transportation Infrastructure (add specifics)

Lake County’s strategic location within Central Florida makes it easily accessible by interstate, air or rail. Businesses are seamlessly connected with global markets.

Destinations offered at Orlando International Airport (MCO), including 50 internationally.

Flights MCO are operated each day by 44 airlines.

Direct flights are available from MCO to major transportation hubs

Including NYC, Atlanta, Charlotte, D.C., Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, South America and more.

Nearby Orlando International Airport is the busiest airport in the state and seventh busiest in the U.S.

Duke Energy is Lake County’s largest service provider. Duke works to support businesses of all sizes and offers competitive rates and incentives, sustainably energy solutions and assistance with site selection and stakeholder alignment.

Lake County is also serviced by SECO Energy, a not-for-profit electric cooperative serving over 230,000 homes and businesses across seven counties in Central Florida. SECO is the third-largest electric co-op in Florida and the seventh largest in the nation.

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