Published Friday, April 22, 2016

West Palm Beach skyline. Photo by Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach skyline. Photo by Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post

The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County is negotiating with 11 companies that would employ 1,669 people, President Kelly Smallridge said Thursday.

The biggest prize is a technology company code named Project P2P. The employer is considering a move to Boca Raton that would bring 838 jobs at an average salary of $55,000. The company would receive $6.1 million in tax incentives, including $5 million from the state and $576,400 each from the city and county. Boca officials this month signed off on their part of the package.

The Business Development Board also hopes to land Project Scandinavian, a financial company that’s considering a 260-person headquarters in West Palm Beach.

Palm Beach Post
Jeff Ostrowski



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