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Capitol Days

03.21.2017

Join us at the Florida Chamber’s Capitol Days and kick-off the 2017 Legislative Session with Florida’s top business executives, legislators and state leaders with…   Learn More

1970-08-22 10:52:01 1970-08-22 10:52:03 America/New_York Capitol Days Join us at the Florida Chamber's Capitol Days and kick-off the 2017 Legislative Session with Florida's top business executives, legislators and state leaders with an event that focuses on: Florida's Business Agenda, Securing Florida's future through private-sector jobs creation and economic development, State-of-the-State update and more.   Hotel Accommodations Marriott Courtyard Tallahassee Capital 1018 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32301 850-329-8222 Make Your Reservation   Four Points by Sheraton Tallahassee Downtown 316 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL, 32301 866-716-8133 Make Your Reservation 555 W. Pensacola Street Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1640 Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Register

Florida 2030 Town Hall Meetings

08.01.2016

Bring the Florida 2030 Conversation to Your County The Florida 2030 project is coming to your community. In the coming months, town hall meetings…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:13:21 1970-08-22 10:51:50 America/New_York Florida 2030 Town Hall Meetings Bring the Florida 2030 Conversation to Your County The Florida 2030 project is coming to your community. In the coming months, town hall meetings will be held in each of Florida’s 67 counties to engage business and community leaders  in identifying key trends and the factors that can drive their regional economy. Our target is 10,000 voices telling us about the future. If you are interested in hosting a meeting in your community or would like to participate, contact Whitney Harris at 850.521.1237. 136 South Bronough Street, Tallahassee, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Find a Town Hall in Your Community

Economic Development Task Force Mee

01.26.2016

Thursday, January 26, 2017 Registration Ι 11:30 a.m.   Lunch Ι Noon – 1:00 p.m. Economic Development Task Force Meeting Ι 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Recommendations to Improve…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:02:06 1970-08-22 08:02:06 America/New_York Economic Development Task Force Meeting Thursday, January 26, 2017 Registration Ι 11:30 a.m.   Lunch Ι Noon - 1:00 p.m. Economic Development Task Force Meeting Ι 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Recommendations to Improve Florida's Competitiveness   Invitation Only. RSVP by January 5, 2017. Contact Cheryl Townsend at 850.521.1515 for more details. 4115 Pyxis Lane Orlando, FL 32816 Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com RSVP

Economic Outlook Webinar

12.08.2016

The Florida Chamber Foundation held an Economic Outlook Webinar on Thursday, December 8. Dr. Jerry Parrish, Chamber Foundation Chief Economist, was joined by: Dr. J….   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:20:08 1970-08-22 08:20:08 America/New_York Economic Outlook Webinar The Florida Chamber Foundation held an Economic Outlook Webinar on Thursday, December 8. Dr. Jerry Parrish, Chamber Foundation Chief Economist, was joined by: Dr. J. D. Foster, Vice President, Economic Policy Division and Chief Economist, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and John Coates, Relationship Manager, PNC Capital Advisers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CTXH3mfEws 136 S Bronough St, Tallahassee, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com

Board of Governors Conference Call

01.23.2017

On December 1, 2016, a 14.5 percent workers’ comp increase, a $1.5 billion impact to the business community, took effect for all new and…   Learn More

1970-08-22 10:48:43 1970-08-22 10:48:43 America/New_York Board of Governors Conference Call & Webinar On December 1, 2016, a 14.5 percent workers’ comp increase, a $1.5 billion impact to the business community, took effect for all new and renewal policies. This is the result of two Florida Supreme Court decisions last year. Once the Legislative Session begins in March, legislators will have the opportunity to address the court’s decisions and fix Florida’s workers’ comp laws. But this will be an uphill battle as multiple special interest groups are working against job creators and the business community. Please join the Florida Chamber's Statewide Board of Governors for an in-depth discussion on fixing Florida's workers' compensation system. This month's webinar will include the following presenters: Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce, will deliver his President's Report, and Dr. Jerry Parrish, Florida Chamber Foundation's Chief Economist, will review the most recent job numbers. Additional presenters will be announced in the coming days. Topics will include the negative impact the workers' comp rate increase will have as well as potential solutions. Florida needs a united business community to fight to keep Florida's workers' comp rates competitive. We need your voice to help find a solution. Do not miss this opportunity to LEARN, ENGAGE, and be a part of the SOLUTION. Register today to learn more! Invite members of your management team who would benefit from this valuable discussion. Contact Margaret Farris at (850) 521-1244 or email at mfarris@flchamber.com to be added to the guest list. Drive the Discussion Do you have specific information you would like covered in this or an upcoming call? Send your suggestions to Carolyn Johnson at cjohnson@flchamber.com. More from the Florida Chamber Florida Chamber Calls on Florida Senate to Help Fix Pending Workers' Comp Crisis  Join us for the Florida Chamber's 2017 Insurance Summit February 1-3 in Miami. 136 S Bronough St, Tallahassee, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Register

Florida Trade and Logistics Institu

12.05.2016

Please join the Florida Chamber’s Trade and Logistics Institute for a meeting held at the Port Miami. December 5, 2016 Bus Departs Hilton Hotel…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:20:05 1970-08-22 08:20:05 America/New_York Florida Trade and Logistics Institute Meeting Please join the Florida Chamber's Trade and Logistics Institute for a meeting held at the Port Miami. December 5, 2016 Bus Departs Hilton Hotel for FEC Intermodal Yard Ι 11:45 a.m. Lunch on FEC Train Rider to Port Miami Ι 12:15 p.m. Presentations at Port Miami Board Room Ι 1:15 p.m. Bus Departs Port to Tunnel Visit Ι 3:30 p.m. Arrive Back at Hilton Hotel Ι 4:30 p.m. Hilton Miami Airport 5101 Blue Lagoon Drive Miami, FL 33126 Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Register

International Days

02.14.2017

Join the Florida Chamber of Commerce and Florida’s international business community for International Days – Florida’s leading conference convening top international trade and industry…   Learn More

1970-08-22 10:50:14 1970-08-22 10:50:15 America/New_York International Days Join the Florida Chamber of Commerce and Florida’s international business community for International Days – Florida’s leading conference convening top international trade and industry experts. For more information, contact Daniel Tapia at 850.521.1206. > BOOK Your Hotel > BECOME a Sponsor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJV4VkPgobg February 14, 2017 International Business Council Meeting/Florida Trade and Logistics Institute Meeting  Ι 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  (Members Only) Boxed lunch will be provided. Board Buses to the Capitol Ι 12:45 p.m. Meet Your Legislators: Make Your Voice Heard Ι 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. Welcome Reception at the Historic Capitol Ι 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.   February 15, 2017 Registration, Breakfast and Networking Ι 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Welcome Remarks Ι 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. Syd Kitson, Chairman & CEO, Kitson & Partners/ Chairman, Florida Chamber of Commerce Navigating the Changing Tides of International Business and Trade  Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce The Importance of International Trade to Florida's Economy  Chris Hart IV, Secretary of Commerce and President and CEO, Enterprise Florida, Inc. International Trade in Florida: A Status Report Ι 9:00  - 9:30 a.m. An update on Florida’s trade numbers as well as International Trade Outlook and Forecast Jerry Parrish, Chief Economist and Director of Research, Florida Chamber of Commerce Executive Networking Ι 9:30  - 9:50 a.m.   From Local to Global Ι 9:50 a.m.  - 11:40 p.m. Expanding international business opportunities begins locally.  From supporting new to export or new to market businesses, to encouraging international companies to invest in your region – this panel will explore strategies to consider adding to your international trade tool kit. Foreign Direct Investment Export Financing International Expansion/Trade Network Development Strategy Panel: 9:50 - 10:40 a.m. Mark Rosenberg, President of Florida International University Jacob Stuart, President of the Central Florida Partnership The Honorable Bill Galvano, Florida Senate Tactics Panel: 10:40 - 11:40 a.m. Aerek Stephens, Export Finance Manager, Export Import Bank of the United States of America Glenn Cooper, Shareholder, GrayRobinson P.A. Dan Tapia, Manager, Global Outreach, Florida Chamber of Commerce From Local to Global Ι 11:40 a.m.  - 12:00 p.m. Cissy Proctor, Executive Director, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Where We Stand, Where We'll Go: What is the Future of U.S. Trade Policy? Ι 12:00 - 1:45 p.m. Trade has been at the forefront of not just the U.S. Presidential election but all around the world.  This panel will explore what a Donald Trump Presidency means for the future of trade. Moderated by Eric Silagy, President and CEO of Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) Donna Hrinak, Vice President, Boeing International, President, Boeing Latin America Chuck Cobb, CEO, Senior Managing Director, Cobb Partners Global Florida: Trends and Opportunities Ι 1:45 - 2:15 p.m. This panel features emerging and established trading partners for Florida. This panel will highlight select markets and provide an overview of developments, trends and opportunities in their respective countries. Nagesh Singh, Consul General of India – Atlanta Executive Networking Ι 2:15 - 2:30 p.m. Expanding Market Access: Choosing the Right Tools for Successfully Going Global Ι 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. International business risks and best practices for success. Learn best practices from successful exporters as well as learn navigate global challenges that exporters face today. Policy: Lee Sandler, Founding Member, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg P.A. Christopher Wenk, Executive Director, International Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce  Tools: Adrian LaTrace, CEO, Boyd Industries, Inc Closing Remarks Ι 3:30 p.m.   Agenda is Subject to Change 555 W Pensacola St, Tallahassee, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Register

Transportation Summit

12.06.2016

Join the Florida Chamber Foundation in Miami for the 2016 Transportation Summit.  During this one day event, Florida’s transportation experts, business leaders and policy…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:20:06 1970-08-22 08:20:06 America/New_York Transportation Summit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwYmZCEXrEw Join the Florida Chamber Foundation in Miami for the 2016 Transportation Summit.  During this one day event, Florida’s transportation experts, business leaders and policy makers will come together to take an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities that face the Florida’s transportation systems today and into the next 20 years. Did you know? $160 billion of goods flow through Florida’s airports and seaports each year. Florida has more than 500,000 jobs in transportation, trade, and logistics Florida’s 19 commercial airports account for 10% of the nation’s total passengers. Florida’s state highway system is used for more than 103.9 billion miles of vehicle travel annually. Florida moves more than 98 million tons of freight on its more than 2,700 miles of rail lines annually. By 2030 the Sunshine State is projected to grow by 6 million residents and welcome more than 150 million visitors every year. Now is the time to focus on the future. Register today to attend the Florida Chamber Foundation’s Transportation Summit and help plan for the future. NOTE: Agenda subject to change Click here to learn more about our Transportation Summit speakers. Tuesday, December 6, 2017 Executive Working Breakfast Ι 8:30 a.m.   Welcome Comments Ι 9:00 a.m. Doug Davidson, Global Commercial Banking Market Executive, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Florida's Economy and Transportation: Securing Florida's Future  Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce Transportation and Florida 2030  Tony Carvajal, Executive Vice President, Florida Chamber Foundation Transportation Disruptors –  2030 and Beyond: What industry changes will Florida face in the future. Kenneth S. Armstrong, Ph.D., President and CEO, Florida Trucking Association DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Bob Burleson, President, Florida Transportation Builders’ Association DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Dale Ketcham, Chief of Strategic Alliances, Space Florida DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Chris Mangos, Director of Marketing, Miami-Dade Aviation Department DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION> Bob O’Malley, Resident Vice President, State Government & Community Affairs – Florida, CSX Transportation DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Kevin Lynsky, Deputy Port Director, PortMiami DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > From Disruption to Innovation Emerging technologies, trends and innovations.  Infrastructure Trends in community design and the impact on infrastructure Joseph Debs, Executive Vice President, RS&H DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Mobility Connecting people and opportunities Albert Sosa, Vice President and South Florida Office Leader, HNTB Corporation DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Assets Florida's opportunities for growth Maurice Ferre, Commissioner, Florida Transportation Commission, Board Member of the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Christopher Emmanuel, Director of Infrastructure and Governance Policy, Florida Chamber of Commerce DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Connecting to markets and logistics Kevin Carr, CEO, FloridaMakes Shelly Bernal, Consultant, FSBDC at Florida International University DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Funding When the current funding model goes away Luncheon Keynote  Jim Boxold, Secretary, Florida Department of Transportation Response and Readiness Transportation’s role in preparing businesses and communities for emergency situations. Bryan Koon, Director, Florida Division of Emergency Management From Innovation to Transformation Will our future transportation system evolve and retain the same stakeholders or are we looking at a new era?  Infrastructure and Assets Economic development opportunities Moderator: Rob Palmer, Planning Group Leader, RS&H DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > John Kaliski, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Syd Kitson, Chairman & CEO, Kitson & Partners Funding Alternatives to traditional transportation funding Moderator: Beth Kigel, President and CEO, Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce; Commissioner, Florida Transportation Commission Douglas J. Callaway, Senior Policy Advisor, Florida Department of Transportation Jose Felix Diaz, Florida House of Representatives Bill Hanson, Vice President of Government Relations & U.S. Business Development, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation Carlos Mallol, Vice President, MWH Mobility Trends and patterns in connecting people to destinations and opportunities Moderator: Alice Ancona, Director, Global Outreach, Florida Chamber of Commerce Aileen Bouclé, Executive Director, Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Julie Edwards, Chief Marketing Officer, Brightline DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Ana Maria Rodriguez, Councilwoman, City of Doral DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION > Recommendations and Closing Comments Review of recommendations and priorities, and next steps for the Florida 2030 initiative. Tony Carvajal, Executive Vice President, Florida Chamber Foundation 5101 Blue Lagoon Drive Miami, FL 33126 Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Learn More About Our Transportation Efforts

Future of Florida Forum

09.28.2016

Several hundred of Florida’s most influential thought leaders gathered at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 2016 Future of Florida Forum, where business leaders, industry experts and elected officials…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:15:28 1970-08-22 08:15:30 America/New_York Future of Florida Forum Several hundred of Florida’s most influential thought leaders gathered at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 2016 Future of Florida Forum, where business leaders, industry experts and elected officials will convened to discussed the most important issues impacting Florida’s future. Topics included workforce, prosperity, global competitiveness, innovation, economic development and much more. Click on the images below to watch presentations. [caption id="attachment_27379" align="alignleft" width="150"] Keynote Presentation: Governor Rick Scott[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27374" align="alignleft" width="150"] Keynote Presentation: CFO Jeff Atwater[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27383" align="alignleft" width="150"] Keynote Presentation: Comm. Adam Putnam[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27375" align="alignleft" width="150"] Keynote Presentation: Attorney Gen. Pam Bondi[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27376" align="alignleft" width="150"] Transportation Future: Sec. Jim Boxold[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27382" align="alignleft" width="150"] Fed. Reserve Forecast: Dennis Lockhart[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27385" align="alignleft" width="150"] Prosperity: Mike Jackson[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27385" align="alignleft" width="150"] Economic Tourism Impact: Will Seccombe[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27380" align="alignleft" width="150"] Educational Attainment: Charles Hokanson[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27387" align="alignleft" width="150"] Disability Employment: Whitney Harris[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27386" align="alignleft" width="150"] Impact of Volunteerism: Chester Spellman[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27381" align="alignleft" width="150"] Small Business Survey:   Dr. Jerry Parrish[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27384" align="alignleft" width="150"] Economic Opportunity: Ann Reinert[/caption] One Grand Cypress Blv., Orlando, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Register

Military Defense & Veteran’s

08.17.2016

The 2016 Florida Chamber Foundation’s Military, Defense & Veterans Opportunities Summit gathered leaders from Florida’s military and defense industry, economic development experts, policymakers and…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:13:37 1970-08-22 08:13:37 America/New_York Military Defense & Veteran’s Opportunities Summit The 2016 Florida Chamber Foundation’s Military, Defense & Veterans Opportunities Summit gathered leaders from Florida’s military and defense industry, economic development experts, policymakers and the business community  to examine the challenges facing Florida throughout the next 15-plus years and identify solutions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-yqmZ-yL0w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZVqwszIJpA   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDYpLMOZir4   Wednesday, August 17, 2016 Hiring Our Heroes Employment Initiatives Breakfast Ι 8:00 a.m.  Presented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (Invitation Only) Rebekah K. Stroman, Director, Business and State Engagement, Hiring our Heroes,  U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Executive Networking Breakfast Ι 8:30 a.m.  Welcome and Presentation of Colors Ι 9:00 a.m. Doug Davidson, Market Executive, Bank of America Merrill Lynch The Florida Scorecard: A look at how Florida’s military and defense industries drive our state's competitiveness. Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce The Military and Defense Industry's Economic Impact on Florida The Honorable Adam H. Putnam, Commissioner, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Federal Perspective: A look at pressing issues impacting Florida’s military and defense presence. A Message from the Honorable Jeff Miller, Florida's 1st Congressional District  Brigadier General Arthur F. “Chip” Diehl, U.S. Air Force (Ret), Florida Defense Support Task Force Statewide Leadership: Expanding Florida’s military and defense industries and our continuing commitment to Florida’s veterans Jeffrey M. Cathey, Captain, U.S. Navy, (Ret), Senior Military Affairs Executive, Bank of America (Moderator) Cissy Proctor, Executive Director, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Glenn Sutphin, Executive Director, Florida Department of Veteran Affairs The Base of the Future and the Invisible BRAC: How Florida can protect, strengthen and leverage our state's military installations. Kellie Jo Kilberg, Chair, Florida Defense Alliance Michael Maurino, Director, Government Relations, The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Kay Rasmussen, Associate Director, Economic Development Council of Okaloosa The Honorable Paul Renner, Florida House of Representatives The Honorable Jimmie Smith, Florida House of Representatives Jeff Zak, Director, Tampa Field Office, Boeing Defense, Space and Security Veterans Leadership Luncheon: As Florida continues to strive to be the most veteran-friendly state, what are the challenges and opportunities we face? The Honorable Gus Bilirakis, Vice-Chair, U.S. House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Mark Reid, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, USAA Florida – The Most Military and Veteran Friendly StateJames Mc The Honorable Rick Scott, Governor of the State of Florida Special Message  Message from the Honorable Thomas J. Rooney, Florida's 17th Congressional District From Frontline to Free Enterprise: Capitalizing on veteran skills, translating to the civilian workforce, and developing opportunities to leverage economic growth. Bobby Carbonell, Executive Director, Veterans Florida, Inc. Derek Distenfield, Executive Director, Bunker Labs Jacksonville Diego Echeverri, Florida State Director, Concerned Veterans for America Gerry Goldstein, Assistant Director, Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program, SBDC Florida James McDonough, Institute for Veteran and Military Families , Syracuse University Joe Quinn, Senior Director, Public Affairs and Government Relations, Walmart Kay Schwartz, Executive Director, Human Resources Regional Operations, Tampa Campus, USAA Economic Engines for Florida's Future: Florida’s military, defense and homeland security industries generate a tremendous economic impact that can’t be ignored. Industry and economic development experts discuss opportunities to expand  and diversify Florida’s economy. Keith Hoskins, Major Accounts and Military Affairs Manager, Gulf Power (Moderator) Thomas L. Baptiste, Lt. Gen., U.S. Air Force (Ret), President & CEO, National Center for Simulation The Honorable Jeff Brandes, The Florida Senate Kevin C. Darrenkamp, Vice President & General Counsel – Missiles & Fire Control, Lockheed Martin Corporation Don Fisher, Osceola County Manager, Osceola County Government Brian Reynolds, Director, Veterans Employment and Military Affairs, G4S Secure Solutions Edward Spenceley, Senior Vice President, Senior Relationship Manager, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Closing Comments and Next Steps: Who is ready to champion Florida’s future? Tony Carvajal, Executive Vice President, Florida Chamber Foundation Saint Petersburg, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Learn More

Learners to Earners Education Summi

06.02.2016

The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Learners to Earners Education Summit gathered Florida’s business community, workforce professionals and education thought leaders in interactive discussions on how…   Learn More

1970-08-22 08:10:02 1970-08-22 08:10:02 America/New_York Learners to Earners Education Summit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKQ32ynXh5Y The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Learners to Earners Education Summit gathered Florida’s business community, workforce professionals and education thought leaders in interactive discussions on how to connect today’s learners to tomorrow’s career opportunities. This year, the Chamber Foundation is held the Learners to Earners Education Summit in conjunction with the Florida Department of Education Commissioner’s Business Recognition Award program, presented by Wells Fargo. As businesses look for the next generation of ingenuity and leadership, this event highlighted and strengthened innovative partnerships between businesses, education and philanthropic funders. 2016 Learners to Earners Education Summit Agenda: Executive Networking Breakfast Welcome Comments The Florida Scorecard How education is key to securing Florida's future Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce Workplace 2030 How will Florida's education system and workplace change during the next 15 years with the innovations and disruptions on the horizon? The Pipeline Experiencing this interactive session with Florida's foremost though leaders from early learning to workforce. David Moore, Moore Strategic Consulting Commissioner's Business Recognition Awards Luncheon Presented by Wells Fargo Derek Jones, Regional President, Wells Fargo Commissioner Pam Stewart, Florida Department of Education The Learner's Reality A look at specific challenges and what opportunities exist. Learner Centered, Outcome Focused How would our conversations change when we focus on learner outcomes. Not Your Grandpa's Career Path Strengthening career pathways, inspiring innovation and putting valuable career information into the hands of students. Jacob V. Stuart, President, Central Florida Partnership Carolyn Bermudez, VP of Operations and General Manager, Florida City Gas Lisa Rice, President, CareerSource Brevard The Business Connection Why students need business leaders in their classrooms and at their sides. Economic Opportunity 101 Narrowing achievement gaps and ensuring all students are ready to learn. Small Group Strategy Session Bring your best idea for fortifying Florida's talent pipeline and interact with event speakers and industry leaders. The Path Forward Recommendations for the Florida Chamber Foundation's Talent and Education Supply Caucus members. Closing   Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, FL, United States Florida Chamber of Commerce info@flchamber.com Learn More About Our Education Efforts