South Florida Businessman Lee Rosen: Things To Consider When Opening A Miami Business

If you’re looking to start a business or expand your existing one in Miami Beach, Florida, you’ve come to the right place. We got in touch with renowned South Florida businessman Lee S. Rosen, CEO and Chairman of Healthy Bees LLC, and got first-hand golden advice on setting up shop in this beautiful city. He also shares his reasons why he chose to live and stay in Florida out of all US states.

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Sun Shines In Miami

There’s plenty of reasons to open a Miami business but a forever favorite is the beautiful weather. The sun shines all-year round in this part of the US and the beaches are just stunning. This makes it the perfect backdrop for tourism and, hence, business. The steady stream of tourists into the city makes for a continuously changing consumer market, making the environment highly exciting for entrepreneurs.

“There’s never a dull moment in Miami,” notes Lee Rosen. “Everybody’s either lounging around or trying to get somewhere, so us businessmen are always bustling and excited to entertain and innovate.”

Melting Pot For Business And Culture

Miami has the 11th biggest cargo container port in the country. That said, it is also the largest cruise ship port in the world. These two are key reasons why the tourism business in the city is always surging — and why big and small business owners are scrambling to get a share of the success pie.

“Miami is an Alpha-World City and is ranked seventh in the US in terms of culture, education, finance, fashion and just about every sector. This is why we chose to set up shop here. This is why I also live here,” said Lee Rosen proudly.

That’s not all. CNN even gave the Miami Metropolitan area the distinction as one of the best US cities to set up a new business. It mentioned specifically that start-ups have a great future here. Beyond the perfect weather and busy population, the tax rate also plays in favor of small businesses. The financing options to acquire a space or to fund a new project are also plentiful.

“It’s the perfect place to be,” adds Lee Rosen.

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