• Chamber Blog

  • The statewide closure of gyms and fitness centers due to COVID-19 has left many people feeling frustrated and struggling to find another way to work out. Exercise is an invaluable way to relieve stress and anxiety, both of which are in excess supply right now.

    The new mandate of no dining in restaurants has local eateries scrambling to rework their business model and stay afloat. We have gathered some tips and suggestions to help your restaurant or catering business capture your audience and make sales.

    The stock market downturn along with social distancing has put a strain on our members and local small businesses. We spoke with financial advisor and Chamber member Jason Edwards, Managing Partner of Edwards Financial in Winter Park, to get some expert advice on what to do as an investor and as a small business owner.

    China, Italy and even San Francisco are under mandatory lockdowns/shelter-in-place orders. If social distancing doesn’t slow the spread of this virus, then...

    The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered everyone’s lives, and every day we absorb more disappointing and alarming news, from the growing health scare to quarantines to school and business closures to the stock market freefall.

    If you are suddenly forced to work from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, then your entire routine and productivity formula just went out the window. This is rapidly becoming the new normal for many workers around the world, including here in Central Florida.

    Almost everyone has been affected by breast cancer, either personally or because someone you care about has battled the disease.

    The Chamber’s support for the Orange Avenue Overlay District reached a crescendo Monday night when City Commissioners adopted this long-studied proposal to protect the corridor from continued blight and elevate it to new heights for future redevelopment.

    Second Harvest Food Bank will sample its in-house product line, called A Spoon Full of Hope, at Taste of Winter Park on March 11.