Welcome to Martin County

Only a few locations can guarantee the right combination of resources that are crucial to your business’s success.

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Standing Ready to Help

The Business Development Board stands ready to help you.

As during any disaster, we are here to help your business navigate the local, regional, state and national resources here to help you prepare, maintain business continuity and recover, if needed. And as the COVID-19 disease moves through our community, we're here to raise your business voice of need to our public and non-profit partners. You are not alone and we stand ready to assist and support you and your team.

Call us at 772.221.1380 or email us at info@bdbmc.org with your questions or needs.


Since the rise of COVID-19, unemployment has climbed dramatically and is now headed downward. Worst period in Martin County's history for unemployment was Jan. 1992 at 12.6%.

3.0% percent

Ready for Work

Number of Martin Countians ready for work. (July 2023)

2,407 job seekers

Martin County Jobs

Martin County is currently employing more than
74,057 talented team members. (May 2023).

76,655 jobs
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Relocation & Expansion

The Business Development Board of Martin County provides business relocation services, resources, and fosters a business climate that helps Martin County, FL companies succeed on a global scale. Once you choose Martin County to relocate a business, we don’t just step away. The BDBMC helps existing targeted businesses grow and expand. Will you be our next success story?

The BDBMC staff understands no two businesses are the same. Instead of prescribing a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all template for “success”, our organization will work with you one-on-one, confidentially, to identify and overcome barriers to growth. We’ll tap into our vast sources of information, resources, networks and programs to help you hit the ground running.

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Small Business & Entrepreneurship

A successful business begins with a plan. Starting a business is an exciting process that requires careful planning and research. We know it can be difficult, so we try to make it a little easier by giving you the information and guidance you need. Please use the tools and resources offered here.

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