Winter Park had enjoyed an unbroken run of prosperity in the lead-up to the COVID-19 pandemic. Commercial and residential real estate values were soaring, city reserve coffers were at record levels and occupancy rates led the region.

    Now, as we get back on our feet, the Chamber would like to engage the community to help us define and achieve prosperity.

    At our annual Winter Park Outlook luncheon on November 12, the Chamber will seek input on the metrics that matter most as we fully embrace economic recovery. We’ll discuss the importance of our partnerships and how we can transparently track our progress. Your input is needed to help develop and build the Winter Park Prosperity Scorecard. Measuring what matters from a diverse cross-section of our community is critical to track  our future success as a thriving community that provides plenty of resources and has a healthy business community. What is the business climate like in Winter Park? Do we have enough businesses? Do we have the right kinds of businesses? Are enough voices being represented? J. Zurek Analytic Insights will gather real time data from the audience on questions like these to provide a framework for measuring what really matters to ensure our future prosperity and protect Winter Park's legacy.

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  • For additional event information or sponsorship opportunity, please contact Katherine Giere at kgiere@winterpark.org or (407) 599-3580.