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Leading the Future

Screenshot 2016-05-10 11.20.58The state of Georgia is blessed with a vibrant economy and unparalleled quality of life however, in an ever changing global marketplace in order to compete, Georgia must lead. The Georgia Chamber has launched a new initiative to lead the future of this great state, Georgia 2030.

Georgia 2030 is an ambitious plan to expand Georgia’s role in global commerce, cultivate a world-class workforce, bolster economic mobility, improve long-term job creation, and support diverse, thriving communities.

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On Friday, May 13th we welcomed the Georgia Chamber to Warner Robins for an interactive town hall meeting facilitated by Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark.

Over lunch, attendees participated in a live poll created to ensure everyone is included in the conversation to help us plan for the future of Georgia.  Immediately following lunch, attendees had the opportunity to stay and provide additional feedback in an optional region specific poll. Our three focus groups for this event were discussing Military & Veteran’s Affairs, Healthcare & Wellness, and Education.

Survey topics include

  • Military & Veterans Affairs
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Education & Workforce Development
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture & Agribusiness
  • Healthcare & Wellness
  • Energy & Environment
  • Rural Issues
Event Photos

“Georgia 2030: The Chamber’s GPS Device to Reach State’s Business and Economic Future” (John Tabellione | Middle Georgia CEO)

“Leaders Prepare for Business Landscape in the Year 2030” (Skyler Henry | 41NBC)

“Georgia Chamber hosts town hall event in Warner Robins” (Katherine Shepard | WGXA)