When the “Safer at Home” orders came down from the State in March, our team was quick to adapt and create a host of virtual programs aimed at sharing valuable insights with our members. With a mixture of traditional events going online and the creation of new platforms, we were able to have a mostly seamless transition to a different kind of Chamber. Unfortunately, our intention to bring people back together for in-person gatherings continues to face delays. With that on our mind each day, we’ve had to further assess how we can best drive value to our members.
Losing the Annual Community Conference is no fun, but once again it will force our team to be creative. We are fortunate to have a talented staff that is great at both ideation and execution. In addition to those of us who work for the Chamber, we also have an incredible Board of Directors that is eager to help us devise new programs that can help improve local business outcomes. Our commitment to the priorities of our organization – Growing Business, Advocating for Business and Bridging the Talent Gap remains steadfast. As we make announcements in the coming weeks regarding what resources we will be offering through the Fall, please know that they will all be aimed at catalyzing our community’s economic recovery.
While we are developing the plans that will drive our actions through the Summer of 2020, we hope that you will continue to share your thoughts on what means the most to you as a Chamber member. We exist to serve our members and better the community we all call home. Because of your support, we will be able to keep doing that day after day. Thank you for staying with us and please know how much we appreciate your desire to see Tallahassee succeed.