Since moving to the Triangle, I've had the opportunity to meet hundreds, if not thousands of business, government and civic leaders. Amongst this group, I've met many new leaders that are shaping the future. I'm honored to be included by the News & Observer in their story, "New generation steps up the lead the Triangle."... Continue Reading →
The Gainesville Sun ran an editorial on Sunday, September 14, 2014 titled, "New Leadership." Here is an excerpt and link to the full editorial. "Since Tim Giuliani was hired as president of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce in 2012, the group has become more involved in local government. The chamber has created groups to... Continue Reading →
Small businesses are the economic backbone of nearly every community and employ a significant number of employees. Therefore, the more successful small businesses are in generating revenue and in growing their workforce, the greater the benefits to people living in that community. It is a very simplistic view of economic development, and it is the... Continue Reading →
As we head into a brand-new year, the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce ushers in a new era by kicking off 2013 at our annual meeting, ‘Toast to Business.’ Hundreds of business leaders will gather to welcome the 2013 Chairman of the Board, Mitch Glaeser, and celebrate an evening of prestigious honors and special announcements.The... Continue Reading →
(As released by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce on July 27, 2012) The Board of the Directors of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce selected Tim Giuliani as the new president and chief executive officer following a national search. He and the Chamber’s leadership team will work closely with community, educational and business leaders to... Continue Reading →
What a surprise to be on the cover of the business magazine of Northwest Florida. I work with such a high caliber team, anyone is worthy of the recognition. Having a uber-wife makes something like this possible. A great partnership can never be over-rated. I'm grateful and humbled by the recognition.