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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.
Today, the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI), the industry’s provider of workers’ compensation analysis and rates, announced that they are requesting an average 3.3 percent decrease in workers’ compensation rates, effective January 1, 2015 – a step in the right direction from the 2.5 percent proposed decrease in August.
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.
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.