Business and Community Leader Input Sought for Update of Florida's Strategic Economic Development Plan
Enterprise Florida is calling on Florida’s business, education, government and economic development leaders to provide input into an update of the state’s strategic plan for economic growth.
Enterprise Florida’s board is charged with developing the plan and submitting it to the governor and legislative leaders. Every three years, the Roadmap to Florida’s Future, the state’s blueprint for economic development, is updated following competitiveness analysis and feedback from a broad base of community representatives. This approach enables the consideration of new ideas and strategies emerging from the “grassroots.” The final plan details Florida’s priorities for furthering its economic expansion and diversification.
Half-day workshops in eight Florida regions serve as the venue for discussion, viewpoints and recommendations.
Two Southeast Region Forums will be held including the Global Commerce Forum on July 14th in Miami Gardens and the Southeast Region Roadmap Strategic Planning Forum on July 23rd in West Palm Beach. For additional information regarding the July 14th event, please click here. To register for the July 14th event, please email . For additional information and to register for the July 23rd event, please go to www.bdb.org/seforum.
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