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Florida Chamber Offers Hurricane Ian Resources
In times of crisis and natural disaster, Florida's business community always stands ready to support one another. Hurricane relief and resources are below: 1. Valuable Resources, Standing Ready to Help. HERE> During times of crisis, the Florida Chamber will pivot to do what is necessary to help our members and all Floridians. A Florida Chamber team member has been assisting on the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team representing Florida’s business community in the EOC. Additionally, we are workingThursday, October 28, 2021
Florida SBDC Network Announces Appointments, Reappointments to Statewide Advisory Board
The Florida SBDC Network, the state’s principal provider of business assistance, announced recent appointments and reappointments to its statewide advisory board. Kevin Carr, Rick Rodriguez Piña, Nathan Sparks, Harry Timmons, and Cathlee Tomkow were appointed, and Beth Cicchetti, Jason Clement, and Michelle Dennard were reappointed. The board is responsible for advising, counseling, and conferring with the CEO of the Florida SBDC Network to ensure the interests of small businesses are represented in theTuesday, March 23, 2021
OPINION: Online Businesses Should Pay Their Share of Taxes
Submitted to the Northwest Florida Daily News by Destin Chamber President & CEO Shane A. Moody, CCE, FCCP This letter is in response to your March 15, 2021, article entitled “Online Shoppers Will Pay for Tax Break Florida GOP Endorses.” While framed as an article for your paper, it is actually an opinion piece that labels the business community as “the bad guys”. The byline of the article attributes the story to USA Today writers from the Palm Beach Post and it incorrectly labels the business community.