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  • To foster the growth of our member s' businesses, by creating opportunities to engage, connect and build meaningful business relationships through networking, educational programs and events, while providing support by advocating locally on their behalf.
    The mission of the Lake Mary Council is to foster the growth of our members businesses by creating opportunities to build meaningful business relationships through networking, educational programs and events and to advocate on behalf of local business.
    The mission of the Longwood Council is to foster the growth of our members businesses by creating opportunities to build meaningful business relationships through networking, educational programs and events and to advocate on behalf of local business.
    SeminoleTech is a grass-roots effort of the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce to help foster and grow the thriving technology industry in our region. The group meets on the first Wednesday of every month at the Seminole State Heathrow Campus, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and features speakers from the technology industry. If you are in the tech industry, own a tech company or are just interested in the latest technology, you need to join SeminoleTech.
    Leads Chamber advocacy, collaboration, and communication to initiate and coordinate with other economic development resources in Seminole County and the region. The committee examines ways to serve as a resource for other entities by leveraging Chamber and other business resources.
    This overarching committee focuses on adding value to Chamber membership by properly aligning our Area Councils & other membership groups while also providing recommendations which best deliver growth and engagement opportunities within the Chamber and throughout the Seminole County business community. Also responsible for the planning and promotion of chamber wide monthly business-after-hours events and community outreach days.
    The Chamber's Ambassadors' (A-Team) are one of many public faces of the Chamber. The committee is charged with welcoming new members, member retention, involving members and serving at events as the face of the Chamber.
    Responsible for being proactive in addressing local, state and national issues important to the Chamber and its mission, our membership and business community. To understand issues of interest to the businesses in the Seminole County area, to take advocacy positions on those issues, and to communicate the Chamber's viewpoint clearly to our membership, elected officials and the community at large.
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