Saturday, April 8, 2017

Idea: Have a representative from the City of Lake Worth invite a representative from a nearby Chamber of Commerce to discuss “Florida 2030”.

The information below was found in yesterday’s (Friday, April 7th) print edition of The Palm Beach Post, page B4, Local Section, below the fold from

The Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches 
401 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
561-833-3711 (Fax 561-833-5582)

“On March 14 the Florida Chamber of Commerce and The Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches partnered in the presentation of a Town Hall to discuss Florida’s future.
     Florida 2030 is our opportunity to work together to strengthen your community, your business, and your future. Help us make Florida a better place for tomorrow by engaging in Florida 2030 today.

     “When it comes to securing Florida’s future, it’s important to think long term. Florida will need to create 2 million net new jobs between now and 2030, and 6 million more people will call our state home.
     Florida 2030 is a two-year research program that will serve as Florida’s next blueprint to stimulate strategic thinking about Florida’s future. Through the Florida 2030 Town Hall briefings, we’ve heard more than 5000 voices and have been to more than 50 counties to engage business and community leaders in identifying key trends and the factors that can drive our regional economy,” said Tony Carvajal, executive vice president, Florida Chamber Foundation.

Remember, “If you’re not at the table, then you’re on the menu.”
—Quote by Michael Bradley ‘Mike’ Enzi.

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