Contacts for success.
If you’re ready for your business to grow in Deltona, here are the resources to help you get started.
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Superb local government support.
From site selection help to personalized tours, the Office of Economic Development can help each step of the way, cutting red tape and helping you find a solution best for your business.
The various sources listed should provide information to assist in accomplishing your business planning or market research.
Deltona Means Business is a proud member of:
West Volusia Regional Chamber of Commerce, Volusia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce & the Deland Area Chamber of Commerce
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE:
(386) 734-4331-336 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand, FL 32720
(386) 490-4606-123 N. Industrial Drive, Suite #C, Orange City, FL 32763
A new nationwide survey with annual updates designed to provide communities a fresh look at how they are changing. Focus in on 800 geographical areas profiles and rankings.
User-friendly source for census information on population, housing, geographic or economic data. Search for Fact Sheets on your community by zip code, city/town, county or state.
Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Facts. Narrative analysis for states, counties,metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), and BEA Economic Areas: area’s personal income using current estimates, growth rates, and a breakdown of the sources of personal income.
A comprehensive guide.
Search for business data by county, by ZIP Code or by MSA (metropolitan statistical area).
Here’s where to find the leading economic indicators as they are updated. Housing starts,household income, manufacturers’ shipments, inventories and orders, construction spending and more.
Free counseling assistance is available to anyone seeking to start a business or need information on how to grow their business.
Information for new and growing businesses through the Volusia/Flagler Higher Education Consortium.
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS:
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation is the agency charged with licensing and regulating businesses and professionals in the State of Florida, such as cosmetologists, veterinarians, real estate agents and pari-mutuel wagering facilities. Our mission is to license efficiently and regulate fairly, and we strive to meet this goal in our day-to-day operations.
Better Business Bureaus can alert you to complaints against companies in your area.
A not for profit organization representing a broad-based coalition of businesses from throughout Central Florida.
Everything your growing business needs.
Businesses that sell or serve food or food products must be inspected by either the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services 800-435-7352 or by the Division of Hotel &Restaurant Commission 407-623-1240 PRIOR to obtaining an Occupational License. The Division of Hotel & Restaurant Commission is located at 940 W. Morse Blvd., Suite 290, Winter Park, FL
Anyone conducting business in the State of Florida must file a Fictitious Name Registration with the State of Florida as per Florida Statute section 865.09. This applies to anyone conducting a business and using a business name that does not fall under the State of Florida exemption guidelines. For further information, contact the State of Florida Fictitious Name Department at (850) 245-6058
Corporations are filed with the Secretary of State. Call (850) 245-6052 for further information. Out-of-state corporations must register with the Secretary of State if they intend to use their corporate name. For further information, call (850) 245-6051
State Sales Tax numbers are issued by the Florida Department of Revenue. Their local office is located at 5420 Diplomat Circle, Orlando 32810. For further information, call (407) 623-1141
Federal I.D. numbers are issued by the Internal Revenue Service. For further information, call 800-829-1040
State licencing requirements can be obtained by calling the Consumer Services Department at 800-435-7352
Information can be obtained by calling the Orlando office of the Department of Labor at (407)245-0758
SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCES:
Promotes and assists the growth and development of small businesses.
Programs and services to help you start grow and succeed.
Financing for black-owned businesses.
Office of Supplier Diversity – Improves business and economic opportunities for Florida’s women-owned and minority-owned businesses.
The magazine and its website offer regionally-based stories and reporting with statewide impact. Florida Trend’s mix of local color and thorough, hard-hitting investigative journalism is recognized each year with regional and national awards for editorial excellence.
An agency specifically created to encourage the creation, growth and expansion of minority-owned businesses in the United States. Orlando Minority Business Opportunity Committee 407.245.6062
Our mission is to certify, champion, and connect women-owned businesses. We are proud to be affiliated and associated with Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), and as one of the 14 RPOs (Regional Partner Organizations), are fully committed to providing a smooth experience for you as you take the journey to becoming one of the elite Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs).
The Office of Supplier Diversity (OSD), a specialized team within the Division of State Purchasing, is available to help improve business opportunities for Florida-based woman-, veteran- and minority-owned small businesses.
The Career Source is a state funded program provides a variety of services for employers and employees. The One Stop office helps match employees with employers and provides various employee training. They are located at Career Source Flagler-Volusia, 846 Saxon Blvd., Orange City, FL 32763. For further information, call (386) 473-7970
The website provides information on starting a business, which involves planning, making key financial decisions, and completing a series of legal activities.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and State of Florida pay the Florida SBDC to provide no-cost business assistance, research resources and skills training to Volusia County businesses.