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Orlando Tech Week 2017
City of Orlando 2017 State of Downtown Address
The Downtown Orlando Partnership invites you to attend Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer’s 2017 State of Downtown Address at the new Ace Café, 100 W. Livingston St. from 3 - 5:30 p.m.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Small Business Master Class - Tampa
The Tampa Chamber of Commerce is hosting this half-day event that will be packed with tools, tips and information to help small businesses. Admission fees have been waived in recognition of the sacrifices made by Florida businesses recovering from Hurricane Irma.
iConnect @ Camping World Stadium
Orlando Regional Chamber members are invited to enjoy breakfast and networking while experiencing one of downtown Orlando’s most unique community venues, The Varsity Club, at Florida Citrus Sports' newly renovated Camping World Stadium.
How to do Business with Duke Energy - Is Your Business Ready? Tonja Graham, supplier diversity specialist for Duke Energy Corporation, will share some practical tips and strategies on how to do business with Duke Energy.
Chamber Day with the Buccaneers
Join the Orlando Regional Chamber, Leadership Orlando and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the Bucs take on the New York Jets at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday, November 12. Round-trip bus transportation also available.
i4 Business Leaders of the Year 2017 - Honoring Jacob Stuart
i4 Business magazine is recognizing some of the most admired and influential individuals in Central Florida at the Country Club of Orlando. The principle honoree will be Jacob Stuart, who for over 30 years led the Orlando Regional Chamber and is currently the regional ambassador and advisor for the Orlando Economic Partnership.
GrowFL - Florida Companies to Watch
GrowFL has named its 50 Florida Companies to Watch, highlighting companies from a wide variety of industries across the state that are expected to see significant growth over the next several years. Take a look at the industries being honored for demonstrating their capacity and intent to grow.
"The Bridge Builder"
Orlando Chamber Executive Director featured in i4 Business magazine
Orlando Chamber Executive Director Jim Thomas is the focus of an article in the October issue of i4 Business magazine. “The Bridge Builder” describes how Jim, who is also CEO of the Orlando Tech Association (OTA), is bringing people and companies together in order to ensure Central Florida's future growth and prosperity. Read more...
Leadership Orlando Class 94
Exploring Orlando's "other half"
Leadership Orlando brought the Orlando Economic Partnership's branding campaign, "Orlando. You Don't Know the Half of It.®" to Class 94 through various team building activities that included a scavenger hunt, building Clean the World hygiene kits for hurricane relief distribution and a panel discussion on the UCF Downtown Campus. Read more...
Chamber Connect
Connecting Orlando Regional Chamber Members to Success
Chamber Connect provides the opportunity for new, renewing and longtime Orlando Regional Chamber members to make new connections and learn how to best leverage membership with the Chamber. Save the date for the next Chamber Connect on Thursday, December 7. Registration will open closer to the event. View event photos...
The Innovation Academy
A Kickoff to Orlando Tech Week
This one-day summit brought together Central Florida's top business leaders as well as stand-out students from the region's leading universities to discuss the exponential growth of new technologies across all sectors and how Central Florida can best utilize them to strengthen existing businesses and forge new ones. View event photos...

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