Seminole County

Seminole County is a hotbed for high tech and other industry growth.

With a business climate that has fostered quality development, this county has become home to a plethora of equally dynamic corporations.

Industry growth in Seminole has taken several forms. Most notable is the establishment of corporate headquarters, such as American Automobile Association (AAA), Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Scholastic Book Fairs and Sears Home Improvement Products, as well as the emergence of many high tech companies, including CuraScript, NCR, Faro Technologies, Deloitte IT Consulting and Convergys. On-going expansion at the Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), coupled with the state's largest foreign trade zone designation, has helped SFB become the third most active international airport in Florida and the 12th most active in the United States.

Seminole County has prepared for growth with everything from a new expressway to pre-approved development sites, specialized job training and infrastructure incentives. The county's public-school system is rated among the highest in the state, and the median household effective buying income is the highest in the region. The municipalities of Oviedo and Winter Springs consistently rank as best places to live by CNN Money Magazine. 

Leading Employers

Company Number of Employees
Seminole County Public Schools 7,687
Orlando Sanford International Airport  3,500
AT&T Mobility 3,063
Central Florida Regional Hospital 2,108
Consulate Health  Care LLC 2,000
Chase Card Services 1,900
Convergys 1,800
Deloitte Consulting LLP 1,800
Seminole State College of Florida 1,612
Seminole County Government 1,581
Verizon 1,300
Liberty Mutual Group 1,070
South Seminole Hospital 1,040
Digital Risk 1,037
Veritas Technologies, LLC 932
Symantec Corporation 800
Pershing LLC 800
Fiserv 700
American Automobile Association (AAA) 689
Tri-City Electrical Contractors Inc. 601
The Hartford Financial Services Group 600
Benada Aluminum Products LLC 600
Source: Direct Company Contact; Orlando Sentinel; Orlando Business Journal - January 2019

Seminole County Contacts

Seminole County
Chairwoman Brenda Carey

Seminole County Leadership

Tricia Johnson
Chief Administrator,
Office of Economic Development & Community Relations