Economic vitality mission continues to drive results
ROUND ROCK, Texas – The Round Rock Chamber today revealed its 2020 Annual Report that highlights its efforts to spur economic vitality during a challenging year. The report is intended to keep investors informed about the goals achieved over the past year.
“Not only did Round Rock persevere in 2020, but businesses also continued to expand. The chamber supported seven new or expanding business projects, leading to more than 1,115 new jobs,” said Avis Wukasch 2021 board chair.
The annual report chronicles the work of the chamber in 2020 under the guidance of its board of directors and reflects on a stellar year in spite of the pandemic.
“Many communities like to say they collaborate. Round Rock proved it in 2020. We were proud to join the city, the Greater Round Rock Community Foundation, and Dell Technologies to create Round Rock Cares,” said Jason Ball, the chamber’s president and CEO. “More than $400,000 was raised that helped more than 240 businesses through the first few weeks of the economic shut down.”
The report highlights key activities in the Momentum program, business attraction and retention, leadership programs, entrepreneurship, business advocacy, and investor engagement.
About the Round Rock Chamber
The Round Rock Chamber is the economic generator for its thriving community. The chamber initiates programs that create a dynamic business climate and improved quality of life through innovative community partnerships and invested business leaders. For more information visit, roundrockchamber.org.