Throughout the next 20 years, the size of the global marketplace will double, adding more than one billion new consumers by 2020. More than 95 percent of the world’s economic activity will take place outside of Florida. Florida’s ability to secure our future prosperity depends in part on how we are able to capture portions of that growth.
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Pam Rauch, Chair-Elect of the Florida Chamber Foundation and Vice President of Development and External Affairs for Florida Power & Light, appeared on the latest edition Florida Chamber’s Series on Free Enterprise.
Dr. Brittany Birken, Florida Children’s Council, invites you to attend the 2014 Future of Florida Forum, September 29-October 1 at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Convention Center in Orlando. Spend 48 hours with Florida’s top business, policy, state and community leaders to secure Florida’s future.
Florida’s public pension system currently has $21.6 billion in unfunded liabilities, translating to an annual payment of $500 million for the next 43 years.
Did You Know? More than 2.7 million students have enrolled in K-12 schools in Florida this year. Florida’s economic vitality and prosperity depends on these students receiving a quality education.
Jack Sullivan, President and CEO of the Florida Research Consortium, invites you to attend the 2014 Future of Florida Forum, September 29-October 1 at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Convention Center in Orlando. Spend 48 hours with Florida’s top business, policy, state and community leaders to secure Florida’s future.
With the Florida Chamber Foundation’s latest Trade and Logistics Study 2.0 Rollout around the corner, Doug Wheeler, President and CEO of the Florida Ports Council, joins us in the studio to highlight Florida’s opportunities for global competitiveness and the historic investments in seaport infrastructure made by Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature.
Starting today, Floridians will save millions on vehicle fees with lower rates.
When it comes to natural disasters, Florida’s businesses must be prepared. This is why Florida Chamber member AppRiver has made its Digital Disaster Preparedness Program free to organizations facing imminent natural disasters such as hurricanes or flooding.
Bentina Terry, Chair of the Florida Chamber Foundation and Vice President of Customer Service & Sales at Gulf Power Company appeared on the latest edition Florida Chamber’s Series on Free Enterprise. Ms. Terry discusses the Six Pillars Community Plan and how Pensacola plans to embrace the framework for future planning.