The Orlando Economic Partnership unifies our community’s strategies to create a more prosperous economy for all. Through the power of our partnerships we strengthen our regional assets and businesses, advocate for regional priorities and write the next chapter of Orlando’s story
Trevor Pruitt, manager of employer initiatives at Skillful – A Markle Foundation Initiative, shares an in-depth look at tactical skills-based hiring strategies employers can implement to help attract, hire and retain talent in Orlando.
Orlando Regional Chamber Executive Vice President John Davis hosts BakerHostetler Partners Jim Etscorn and Kevin Shaughnessy for a discussion on managing and minimizing liability risks associated with COVID-19 in the workplace.
"Responding to COVID-19 Webinar Replay: Financial Relief Updates and Assistance"
Orlando Regional Chamber Executive Vice President John Davis hosts Senior Area Manager of the Small Business Administration, Ed Ramos, and CenterState Bank Senior Vice President of Community and Economic Development, Phil Zeman
Orlando Regional Chamber Executive Vice President John Davis hosts members of the Partnership and Chamber teams for a discussion on the business impacts of the crisis and opportunities to get connected to relief and support.
Nicole McMurray, AppleOne regional director for Orlando and Tampa, and Tracy Rebar, executive director and HR business advisor for JPMorgan Chase, discuss how to train and transition your team to virtual interviewing, hiring and onboarding of new employees.
Partnership President and CEO Tim Giuliani and City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer host Align Public Strategies Managing Partner Joe Kefauver and Partner Franklin Coley as they provide an overview of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
John Rivers, founder, CEO and chef of 4Rivers Smokehouse, and Brendan O’Connor, editor-in-chief at Bungalower, discuss how the business community is fostering partnerships to help tackle the economic realities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The webinar featured guest speakers Ken Lawson, executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), and Michael DiNapoli, director of the Office of Small and Minority Business Capital for the Florida DEO.