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JAX Chamber Members in the News | Feb. 23 - March 1

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JAXUSA Partnership, a division of the JAX Chamber, welcomed Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., president and CEO, TIAA as keynote speaker for the 1st quarter luncheon.

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On Thursday, March 30 from 11am – 1pm at the Prime Osborn Convention Center, The Salvation Army’s Women’s Auxiliary will present the 31st annual Celebrity Chefs fundraiser.

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DRIVING ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA

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clientuploads/images/020817-N-9719H-002.pngThe JAX Chamber is a not-for-profit organization with more than 3,000 members serving Northeast Florida, helping members to make connections, grow their businesses and prosper in our community.

 

Connect

  • Members make local, national and international connections at hundreds of events designed to build business relationships and keep you informed.

Grow

  • Through educational programs and services, the Chamber works to grow new and existing businesses.

Prosper

  • The JAX Chamber promotes economic development by attracting and retaining companies, creating jobs and fostering a skilled workforce.
  • Through advocacy programs, the Chamber works for business and represents your interests at the local, state and federal level.
  • The Buy Chamber initiative promotes local member-to-member purchasing. 

 

clientuploads/images/Network.pngJAX Chamber Programs

Chamber Councils provide opportunities for members to make connections and hear presentations on topics of local business interest. There are six geographically located Councils, along with three special interest Councils: Professional Women’s Council, Information Technology Council and Health Council.


The Beaches Division offers programs and events for businesses from Mayport Village to Ponte Vedra Beach.


The Small Business Center and Jacksonville Women’s Business Center offer a variety of services to help Jacksonville’s start-up and “second stage” businesses grow.


ImpactJAX offers Jacksonville’s young professionals opportunities to learn and connect with each other and the community.


JAXUSA Partnership focuses on Northeast Florida’s economic development and job creation.


Public Policy advocates a pro-business agenda at the local, state and federal levels.

 

The Chamber is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.