Last Wednesday, June 14th, the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber hosted a town hall event in partnership with the Association of Washington Business and Washington Roundtable. This town hall was part of Washington In the Making 2040, an initiative to create a compelling vision for the future of our state’s economy.
Around 50 participants from various sectors of our Pierce County economy attended this interactive conversation, including small businesses, large businesses, elected officials, employers, and employees.
Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber CEO/President Andrea Reay kicked off the event. Attendees participated in discussions centered on views of the economy, organizational and community needs, current and future trends, and critical issues at play. The goal of these conversations was to engage businesses and residents from the South Sound in the development of a shared vision of what the future of Washington's economy should look like.
If you would like to help shape the future of our State's economy and be part of this initiative, you can take the Washington in the Making 2040 survey here. Whether you missed the event or simply have more you would like to share, make your voice heard!
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