Events listed below are hosted by Winter Park Chamber of Commerce members. Membership is required to add your event to our online calendar of events. To submit your event, visit our Newsletter page for a submission form. Information is updated in conjunction with the What’s Up Wednesday e-newsletter on a bi-monthly basis.
Upcoming Member Events
Join us for an information session about our new program: Relaunch. Relaunch is a 6-month Career Reentry Program for Professional Women. This pilot program is open to 20 women by application; Learn more about the program offerings and application process at the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce.
September 19, 2017 | 6 – 8 PM
Leverage your Chamber network at this member-exclusive lunch. Attendees have the opportunity to showcase their business, expertise and services.
Please register only one representative per company to maximize member participation and networking opportunities. Reservations and pre-payment are required. Limited seating.
Regional Issues Summit featuring Winter Park Chamber of Commerce’s annual report to the community, including an exploration into factors that affect economic development, with a keynote address to focus on a single area of potential impact for Winter Park.
Join the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce for an in-depth conversation on the state of our community on September 28, 2017 starting at 11:30 a.m at the Alfond Inn.
Unlike other update events, the panel will look ahead to what’s to come in our community, rather than recap news you’ve already heard.
$35 – Chamber Members
$50 – Non-members
$400- Corporate Table Sponsorship
(includes preferred seating for 10 guests, table signage and recognition in event program)
Reservations required. Seating is limited. Please note, the inaugural event sold out well in advance. Registration will open early September.
Winderweedle, Haines, Ward and Woodman, PA
Winter Park Executive Women
Powerful business solutions for women who get it.
What is ‘it’? Topics include personal branding, sales techniques, entrepreneurial training and many more.
“Mental Health Break”
President, Board of Directors
National Association for Mental Illness, Greater Orlando
It is estimated that one in four adults—over 61 million Americans—experience mental illness in a given year. As board of directors president of NAMI Greater Orlando, Rosemary strives to educate, empower and advocate for families and communities on the issue of mental illness and treatment. Certainly a “hot topic” in our society today, learn the truth about mental illness through personal stories and programs for recovery and resiliency.
For more information, contact Erika Spence at 407-644-8281 or firstname.lastname@example.org.