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.
college students within 100-mile radius
“We stand ready to assist in creating the workforce of tomorrow by enhancing our efforts to meet the company’s needs.”
Dr. John Hitt, Former President
University of Central Florida
in infrastructure improvements
“When you look at our infrastructure planning you see we’ve been preparing for this for over a decade.”
Tim Giuliani, President & CEO
Orlando Economic Partnership
in the nation for job growth
“Walt Disney explored the entire eastern half of the U.S. before deciding upon Central Florida. This remains a perfect location, with its business-friendly atmosphere, highly-ranked schools, world-class healthcare, favorable weather and abundance of cultural opportunities.”
George A. Kalogridis, President
WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort
New and current members alike are invited to connect and learn about the Chamber’s recent transformation, upcoming programs and how they can maximize their membership. The event will also feature a panel of Chamber Board Members and leadership who will discuss why they chose the Orlando Regional Chamber and how it has helped their businesses.
Learn where Orlando regional priorities stand following the close of the 2019 Florida Legislative Session. Join the Partnership for an annual Legislative Update luncheon to hear more about the impact of policy and budget on our economy and business community.
WeWork to open its first location in the Orlando market
May 13, 2019 | Orlando, Fla. – WeWork will open its first location in the Orlando market providing space and services through both physical and virtual offerings. The WeWork community will be located in downtown Orlando at Piedmont’s Class A trophy tower […]
Amazon Orlando robotics fulfillment center creates jobs and career paths
by Justin Braun on April 25, 2019 – Less than eight months after Amazon’s Orlando Robotics Fulfillment Center in Lake Nona finished construction, the global e-commerce leader had already met its goal of hiring 1,500 employees. […]