2024 Florida Business Agenda Survey
Year after year, the Florida Chamber of Commerce remains on the front lines fighting for the right outcomes on issues that impact your business, your employees and Florida’s competitiveness. We are already building the 2024 Florida Business Agenda to get the right things done (and ensure the wrong things don’t) in Tallahassee and Washington, D.C., and we want your opinion on how to make Florida more competitive. Research shows that job creators and lawmakers recognize the Florida Chamber as Florida’s leading voice for business and now we need you to unite with us and help make our voice stronger by letting us know your views on Florida’s current landscape and what our legislative and regulatory priorities should be going forward.
Each year, the Florida Chamber presents the legislature and executive branch with a policy roadmap for how to grow and diversify Florida’s economy, known as the Florida Business Agenda. The Florida Business Agenda is a member-driven, pro-jobs agenda representing business of all sizes from Pensacola to Key West, and all economic sectors and industries across Florida. The agenda is based on sound policy and economic research and data from the Florida Chamber Foundation, like the Florida 2030 Blueprint, to continue Florida’s momentum toward a top-10 global economy by 2030. It is strengthened by the input of thousands of businesses, local chambers, and partnering associations – like you – representing a united business community. To view last year’s legislative agenda and wrap up, including which bills passed, what was defeated, and what is unfinished business, click here.
We invite you to please take a few minutes to tell us what your business needs from the Florida Chamber and your elected officials to help your company, industry, and employees be competitive. Your leadership, expertise and feedback has never been more essential as we unite businesses to secure Florida’s future. Please complete our short survey and help us set Florida’s 2024 Business Agenda today.