MIAMI, FL, April 25, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- One in three Americans (roughly 42 million) are estimated to be freelancers. By 2020, freelancers are expected to make up to 50% of the full time workforce in the USA. Independent work is becoming more common across all generations and the vast majority plan to remain independent in the future. The Plato Group
predict that 2014 will bring an explosion in the freelance economy. The firm envisage that there will be a change in the way work is done, a change in the way companies and workers interact and a change in the government's response to entrepreneurs. The Plato Group predicts that those who understand these changes and can adapt, will be best prepared to take advantage of the freelance revolution.
Miami, Florida is a hub of new-age business and has seen a surge of successful businesses rise from across the Sunshine State in recent years. Some of the biggest local start-up businesses include Healthcare.com Inc. and Drag Times. Journalist Nancy Dahlberg for the Miami Herald, published an article titled "Start-ups turning Miami into a High-Tech Hub" on 31st March 2014. She shared the findings by Kauffman Foundation Research which dubbed Miami as one of the most entrepreneurial areas in the nation. Dahlberg claimed that the city of Miami boasts all the ingredients needed to support and develop a vibrant and growing entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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The State of Florida also has some excellent tax advantages that are not offered in any other state. In Florida, there is no local corporate tax, and the state's corporate tax is one of the lowest in the country, at 5.5%. Florida was ranked in the top five during the Tax Foundation's 2013 edition of the State Business Tax Climate Index (http://taxfoundation.org
). The results enable business owners to see how their tax systems compare to other states.
While small businesses may not generate as much money as large corporations, they are a critical component of and major contributor to the strength of local economies. Small businesses such as The Plato Group help stimulate the economy by bringing growth and innovation to the communities. Small businesses tend to attract talent who invent new products or implement new solutions for existing ideas. Many small businesses also possess the ability to respond and adapt quickly to changing economic climates due to the fact that small businesses are often very customer-oriented.
'Enterprise has and will continue to play an important role on both an economic and social level. With small and medium sized enterprises as the very backbone of the American economy, they are widely regarded as being the key to unlocking economic recovery' said Managing Director of The Plato Group, Steve Dongo
To meet the rising demand for direct marketing services, The Plato Group was formed. As leaders in customer acquisitions they pride themselves on developing the sales and longevity of growth for all their clients quickly and efficiently.