Wilson, speaking at the Central Florida Partnership’s Regional Leadership Forum – Working Together to Advance a Regional Water Strategy – said Florida will need to produce 28 percent more water by 2030 to serve our state’s growing population.
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Building a competitive business climate in our state requires fostering a diverse talent pool for businesses to choose from. Each industry has a need, just as each Floridian does. Yet, as we continue to focus on getting Floridians back to work, there is a large population that often gets overlooked.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Edie Ousley, 850-521-1231 or 850-251-6261 firstname.lastname@example.org TALLAHASSEE, FL. (November 20, 2014) – The Florida Chamber of Commerce today announced that Steve Knopik, CEO of Beall’s Inc., has been elected Chair of the Chamber’s Board of Directors. “Steve Knopik is an experienced business leader who understands that the private-sector plays an important […]
Elections have consequences, and at stake in 2014 were jobs and the economy – “dinner table” issues impacting all Floridians. The Florida Chamber’s Political Team routinely tracks the pulse of voters, and with polling results showing jobs and education as their top issue, the Florida Chamber’s Business Agenda became the theme for our year-long, $7 […]
Florida Chamber Foundation to Recognize Town of Century for their Commitment to Regional Economic Development
The Town of Century will be honored with a Six Pillars Award on Monday, October 20, the Florida Chamber Foundation announced today.
More than 1.5 million veterans call Florida home. Ten percent of Florida vets are women and one of every 13 Floridians is a veteran. With number like these, it’s no wonder that Florida is one of the most veteran-friendly states in the nation.
When the Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in a high profile workers’ comp case (Castellanos v. Next Door Company,) a Florida Chamber of Commerce and Florida Justice Reform Institute joint amicus brief served as a defense tool in a battle to maintain caps on attorneys’ fees in workers’ comp cases.
Florida wins at the ballot box on Election Day by putting Florida’s private sector job creation and positive education reforms ahead of the Washington, D.C.-style gridlock, absence of leadership and policy failures, the Florida Chamber announced today.
The Florida Chamber of Commerce issued the below statement regarding Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater being reelected to office.
Florida Chamber of Commerce Congratulates Florida Chamber-backed Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam on His Reelection
The Florida Chamber of Commerce issued the below statement regarding Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s reelection.