FATVillage on June 28 will host “Ripped from the Headlines: The Free Speech Forum,” designed to foster dialogue about the First Amendment amidst “fake news” demonization of professional journalists, the rise of hate speech, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s 2019 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the shootings at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas in Parkland.
A major takeaway from today's numbers is that our region continues to create a steady supply of jobs. Non-agricultural employment in the Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach Metro Division was 864,200 last month, an increase of 11,200 jobs (+1.3%) over the year.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce is playing its part by assisting in securing lunches for teachers being trained through a grant at the University of Florida and the James Patterson Literacy Challenge.
Here’s the gist: mermaids have long been a symbol of the ocean and our connection to it. That’s why the project plans to make 1000 mermaid sculptures and then place them, strategically, on the ocean floor, as an artificial reef art installation, with the help of local government environmental agencies. The planned locations for the artificial reef modules will work alongside the tour boat excursions off of Fort Lauderdale beach; people will be able to learn about the reefs and how to help while on these tours.
While the Chamber keeps tabs on Tallahassee, its also staying up to speed on what's being done in our own backyard concerning affordable housing. The Chamber's Government Affairs Committee had the pleasure of welcoming Broward County Commissioner Nan Rich to its June meeting.
It's your chance to save on hurricane supplies before South Florida is even threatened by a storm.
The second quarterly Council of Economic Advisors meeting of 2019 was filled with two “T’s” at the top of the gathering. Talk of tariffs and transportation drove the conversation, when it came to a wide array of market segments.
Coordinating interactions between office staff and remote workers can be challenging. One way you can cut through a lot of the confusion that arises when trying to keep everything in sync is by leveraging your worker’s iPad and iPhone devices. It is a way of using something that is already in their arsenal at a minimal cost to your business.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity announced Broward County's jobless rate dropped to 2.8% last month. This rate is .5% lower than our region's year ago rate.
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