The election on November 4th will define the future of our state. Now more than ever, Florida needs your vote. There are three ways to vote: Vote early Vote by absentee ballot Vote on November 4 Share this video – Your Vote Matters. Paid political advertisement paid for by the Florida Chamber of PAC, […]
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Florida job creators added 12,800 private-sector jobs over the month of September which helped lower Florida’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate to 6.1%, down two basis points to one of the lowest since the recession began.
Thanks to long-term planning efforts, the state of Florida and its private companies have strategically invested in preparing Florida to be one of the most efficient trade and logistics hubs in the world. Florida is now poised to capitalize on its central location as a global transportation hub with easy access to the rest of the U.S., to Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Africa.
The Florida Chamber of Commerce, through its Florida Chamber of Commerce Alliance, Inc., today launched a television campaign highlighting the fact that Charlie Crist is a trial lawyer.
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The latest edition of The Florida Chamber of Commerce’s Bottom Line features chair of the Florida Chamber’s International business Council, Lee Sandler, who talks about the opportunities Florida’s businesses and families have in a global economy.
The Florida Chamber of Commerce is currently visiting business leaders in Panama to strengthen our trade relationship and further drive our state to becoming the global hub for trade to and from the U.S.
Florida Chamber, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and Florida Business Leaders Urge Floridians to Say No to Amendment 2
The Florida Chamber of Commerce along with Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and business leaders from throughout Florida today announced their opposition to legalizing drugs in Florida and urged Floridians to vote no on Amendment 2.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Edie Ousley, 850-521-1231 or 850-251-6261 firstname.lastname@example.org 56% Expect Increase in Sales; 41% Expect to Hire TALLAHASSEE, FL. (September 30, 2014) – With Florida’s economic recovery continuing to outpace the nation, small businesses reported higher company sales, increased optimism and an increased willingness to hire new employees in a Florida Chamber of […]