Job creators from throughout Florida will gather in Tallahassee next week for the Florida Chamber of Commerce’s annual Board of Governors Capitol Days and direct their focus on making Florida more competitive.
Scheduled for March 6-8 at the Hotel Duval in Tallahassee, the Florida Chamber’s Board of Governors Capitol Days provides job creators the opportunity to hear from Florida’s top elected leaders, discuss legislative initiatives that will help make Florida more competitive, meet with lawmakers and advocate the Florida Chamber’s 2013 Florida Business Agenda.
Featured speakers for the three-day event include Governor Rick Scott, Pam Bondi, Adam Putnam, Jeff Atwater, and Gray Swoope, as well as Will Seccombe, President & CEO, VISIT FLORIDA, Dr. Tony Bennett, Education Commissioner, Frank Brogan, Chancellor, State University System, Randy Hanna, Chancellor, Florida College System, and Chris Hart, President/CEO, Workforce Florida, Inc.
Featured panel discussions will include “Medicaid Expansion – Pro vs. Con”, “Legal Reform – Expert Evidence, Fair Settlement, Accuracy in Damages, Medical Liability Reform”, and “Education – K-12, Higher Education, Workforce.”
View the complete Florida Chamber Capitol Days agenda for meeting times and locations.