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ADVANCING REGIONAL INITIATIVES
OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT
July
18
Leadership Orlando Class 93 – Volusia’s Visionary Impact
Leadership Orlando is about information and access. This month, Leadership Orlando Class 93 will visit several key regional assets in Volusia County, providing an opportunity to have first-hand, feet-on-the-ground access to its world-renowned facilities and the leaders who are guiding them – Daytona International Speedway and Stetson University.

July
21
Central Florida Political Leadership Institute – Application Deadline
The Central Florida Political Leadership Institute is a non-partisan initiative of BusinessForce, the political action arm of the Orlando Economic Partnership, which equips and trains emerging public leaders in the Central Florida Region who have an interest in supporting the business community in the political process and who may one day choose to run for elected public office.

July
27
iConnect – SAK Comedy Lab
Enjoy breakfast and networking while experiencing one of Downtown Orlando’s most unique community venues, SAK Comedy Lab. For over two decades, SAK Comedy Lab has thrived in the heart of Downtown Orlando now at its beautiful 250 seat venue. Since 1991, the “Lab” has grown to become one of the largest theaters and training centers for improvisation in the Southeast.

Aug
3
Chamber Connect
Whether you are new to the Chamber or have been a faithful member for many years, attending Chamber Connect will provide you the opportunity to make new connections and learn how to best leverage your membership with Orlando, Inc.

Aug
9
MemberLink - Your GPS in a Decade of Hyper-Change
Are you the kind of person that enjoys building productive and lasting relationships? So do the participants of this highly visible, prestigious and committed group of active members of Orlando, Inc. Guest Speaker – Jeff Piersall, CEO of SBC Marketing.

Aug
11
Leadership Orlando Class 94 – Enrollment Deadline
Engage with Established and Emerging Leaders . . . Explore Regional Issues and Assets . . . Enhance Your Knowledge of Central Florida . . . Expand Personal and Professional Networks . . . Enrich Our Family of Communities.

FEATURE STORIES
A Weekend of Civic Hacking
Orlando Tech is excited to announce Launch Orlando Momentum. Organized by Orlando Tech Association in conjunction with the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, Launch Orlando Momentum is a weekend of civic problem-solving bringing together creative participants from Orlando's non-profit, business, and tech communities. Read more ...
On the Frontlines of the Fourth Revolution: AR/VR: Gaming
SPEAKER UPDATE: We’re excited to announce that Rob Catto, Director of Game Studies and Simulation at Full Sail University has joined our panel of Orlando leaders in AR/VR and Gaming. Read more ...
Florida House, District 44 This Wednesday, July 12
On Wednesday, July 12, the BusinessForce Board of Directors and the Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida, Inc. cordially invite you to a special election candidate debate for the Florida House, District 44. Read more ...
IDEAS TO RESULTS
Bringing the Circular Economy to Orlando
This past week, Orlando Inc., Executive Director Jim Thomas traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with the US Chamber of Commerce. The US Chamber held its inaugural sustainability and circular economy summit, “From Aspiration to Implementation.” Read more ...
Your GPS in a Decade of Hyper-Change
On Wednesday, August 9, 2017, from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m., Orlando, Inc., will hold its monthly MemberLink program featuring Board Member Jeff Piersall, CEO of SCB Marketing, who will speak on the topic, Your GPS in a Decade of Hyper-Change. Read more ...
Landscaping Efforts Kick Off
I-4 Ultimate crews dug deep through the dirt, not for roadway construction, but rather to plant the project’s first tree. The planting of the 11-foot-tall tree and its 20 identical neighbors signified the beginning of the carefully planned and gradual landscaping efforts along the 21-mile project limits. Read more ...
 
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