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Miami-Dade County Prosperity Initiatives Study Groundbreaking research-based community action plan to improve economic opportunity and self-sufficiency.

Economic and Housing Market Analysis Development of strategic economic projects and studies that look at regional development problems and opportunities.

Training and Organizational Development Preparation and presentation of training in topics as diverse as customer service to creating organizational performance measures.

Survey and Opinion Research Conduction of quantitative and qualitative public opinion research, including surveys, focus groups, one-on-one interviews and mystery shops.

Contact Us

FIU in Downtown Brickell
1101 Brickell Avenue, Suite S-205
Miami, FL 33131
Tel: 305-779-7879
Fax: 305-779-7880
Email: metcntr@fiu.edu

FIU @ I-75
1930 SW 145th Avenue
Miramar, FL 33027
Tel: 954-438-8603
Fax: 954-438-8606

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Financial Empowerment: Developing Financial Principles at Every Life Stage

09/12/2017 08:30 AM

Your Spending, Your Savings, Your Future!

Hospitality Trends for 2017

09/20/2017 08:30 AM

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Grant Writing 102 Certification Program

09/26/2017 09:00 AM

Skills and Strategies to Write Effective Grant Proposals.

Breaking News

Miami casts annexation eye on Blue Lagoon, Melrose, Brownsville

08/15/2017

"If Miami annexed several unincorporated areas, including Blue Lagoon, Melrose and Brownsville, it would take a financial hit, a study says."

Doral leaders break ground on shopping complex expansion

07/03/2017

“Doral grew significantly,” said Dr. Maria Ilcheva, a researcher from Florida International University’s Metropolitan Center. “We looked at the period from 2010 to 2016, and over that time frame, it grew by about 12,000 peoplE"

Miami- Dade’s getting older, but not as quickly as the rest of Florida

06/22/2017

“'Millennials were 20.7% of the population in 2010 and have remained the same proportion of the population, which means that they are not ‘flocking’ to Miami-Dade County any more than other age groups are,” said Maria Ilcheva'".