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Florida Chamber Foundation Predicts Another Positive Year of Population and Economic Growth in 2023

The Florida Chamber Foundation unveiled its 2023 economic and demographic predictions during its 2023 Florida Economic Outlook & Jobs Solution Summit today. During today’s state of Florida business and forecasting event, the Florida Chamber Foundation team, leading economists, and industry experts shared a glimpse into the opportunities and challenges Florida’s economy is facing on the road to 2030, in addition to an exclusive 2023 Florida economic forecast, a national economic outlook, and valuable insight into Florida’s evolving workforce needs, population growth, housing trends, and more.

“We’re excited in Florida because 2023 will be another year of population growth, wealth migration, more jobs and economic growth, and we are fighting to keep Florida, Florida,” said Florida Chamber of Commerce and Foundation President Mark Wilson. “Governor DeSantis continues to put Florida’s brand of being a free state on the national radar and it’s making an impact. Uniting Florida job creators around our Florida 2030 Blueprint is essential as we welcome this growth and continue to move Florida forward in the right direction.”

Florida Chamber Foundation 2023 Economic Predictions Include:

If you missed our economic forecasting event, there is still an opportunity to view the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 2023 Florida Economic Outlook & Jobs Solution Summit. Digital passes are available for you and your management team at


About The Florida Chamber Foundation

The Florida Chamber Foundation is the business-led, solutions development and research organization working in partnership with state business leaders to make Florida even more competitive and secure Florida’s future. The Foundation’s “Six Pillars” serve as a visioning platform for developing the first-ever, long-term strategic plan for the state. The Foundation’s work focuses on: 1) Talent Supply and Education, 2) Innovation and Economic Development, 3) Infrastructure and Growth Leadership, 4) Business Climate and Competitiveness, 5) Civic and Governance Systems, and 6) Quality of Life and Quality Places. Founded in 1968, the Foundation is a crucial voice for improving the state’s pro-business climate to enable Florida to grow and prosper. Visit  for more information.


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