This month's updates on the people, projects and companies who are making Florida the Perfect Climate for Business.
Northrop Grumman Takes its Next Giant Leap in Florida
Northrop Grumman has a history of pushing boundaries. From designing, building and testing the Lunar Module that took America to the moon, to creating the only unmanned aircraft to autonomously launch from and land on an aircraft carrier, the company’s innovations are instrumental to the past and future of aviation, aerospace and defense technology.
Florida plays an indispensable role, providing the necessary resources for this pioneering company to take its next giant leap. To read what’s next for Northrop Grumman, click here
Florida Repeats as #1 State for Aerospace Manufacturing Attractiveness
Florida is ready for takeoff in the aerospace industry. The state ranks first in the United States for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) U.S. 2015 Aerospace Manufacturing Attractiveness Rankings. This PwC rank, on top of the state’s infrastructure, business-friendly environment and global access will help Florida’s aviation and aerospace sector continue to soar. 
 
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Florida Builds Momentum for Medical Device Makers
The medical device manufacturing industry represents what Florida does best: create and innovate technology that revolutionizes how effective health care is delivered to the world. From Johnson & Johnson Vision Care’s expanded product line, new 3-D printing and advanced manufacturing center, to MAKO’s robotic arm that enables surgeons to align and place hip or knee implants with absolute precision, the state’s medical device manufacturing field is flourishing.

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Florida Provides Essential Materials for Industrial Manufacturing Industry
Demand for the phrase “Made in America” is returning. As consumer attitudes change, Florida’s industrial manufacturing leaders, including Embraer, Lockheed Martin, Saft and Siemens, are jumping on the trend and bringing work, meaning jobs, to Florida.

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Navy Federal Credit Union Invests in Florida’s Workforce
Since 2003, when Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU) began operations in Pensacola with 60 employees, the world’s largest credit union has grown to nearly 4,000 employees, thanks to Florida’s highly skilled and diverse workforce. The Pensacola campus is NFCU’s largest national campus and more expansion is underway. NFCU unveiled a long-range expansion plan that will create a $1 billion campus with another 4,700 jobs by 2020.

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Florida Sports: Where the World Comes to Play
With an average daily temperature of 71 degrees, Florida has the perfect climate for sporting events year round. Sports offices headquartered in Florida benefit from not only the mild weather but Florida’s world-class business amenities and infrastructure.

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