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3 Newcomer Companies Pledge Jobs

Written by on September 6, 2012
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By Scott Blake
Three companies that moved to Greater Miami have pledged to create 84 jobs over the next three years.

The three firms also pledged to make a total of $3.25 million in capital investments.

"This is an exciting time as more and more companies are seeing Miami-Dade County as the business destination of the future," said Frank Nero, president and CEO of the Beacon Council, Miami-Dade County’s economic development partnership.

The council, which helped the companies secure financial incentives and provided them with other assistance, announced the new jobs last week.

The three companies are:

•The Mantha Group, a maker of wedding accessories. The company has opened its main manufacturing facility in Miami’s Central Enterprise Zone. It has pledged to create 60 jobs and to make $500,000 in capital investment.

The council assisted Mantha with state and local incentives, site selection, research and marketing analysis, job training, and business contacts and referrals.

•Clean, Clean Inc., a maker of personal care wipes for retailers, healthcare, corporate and government institutions.

The company relocated to Hialeah from Broward County. The company has opened an 18,479-square-foot production and distribution facility, pledging to add 16 full-time jobs and to make a capital investment of $1.75 million.

The council assisted the company with permitting, financing, manufacturing, and contacts and referrals.

nCosas, a Chile-based Spanish language economic and travel magazine. The publication has opened a sales and marketing office on Brickell Avenue in Miami under the name Cosas International.

The company has pledged to make $1 million in capital investment and to create eight full-time jobs. The council assisted Cosas with research and market analysis, business contacts and referrals, and general business information.To read the entire issue of Miami Today online, subscribe to e -Miami Today, an exact digital replica of the printed edition.

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