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A stronger company culture


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Learn how we’re working together for a stronger state.

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If you share the belief that Maryland is better for everyone when it’s better for business, you belong in the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

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We are the only statewide voice for the business community, working to make Maryland regionally, nationally and globally competitive.



Meet the State

Now, more than ever, is a crucial time to make your voice heard. This is your chance to let lawmakers know why business matters in Maryland.


MD Spotlight: Veterans in the Workplace

Each year over 200,000 service members return to civilian life. How do we change the perception of returning veterans to more […]


Inspire MD

Join us as prominent CEOs & community leaders are inducted into the prestigious Maryland Business Hall of Fame.


Business to Government

A Task Force to tackle taxes

Following the historic changes enacted by Congress in 2017 with passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Maryland is positioned to experience a potential increase—to the tune of $570 million—in business tax revenues over the next five years.

Business to Government

Maryland Chamber adds new policy committees

Two new committees, focused on growing sectors within the state, have been added to the existing committees run by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

Featured News

Reply All: A conversation with Steve Edwards

It is critically important that you set goals—and plan. A goal without a plan is just a dream and dreams come and go.

Small Businesses

Heart to Beat, in the business of saving lives

Imagine you are playing tennis with your best friend on a crisp fall morning. Suddenly, your teammate clutches their chest and hits the ground.

Business to Business

Small business, big impact

It’s no secret that we support business at the Maryland Chamber. We pride ourselves in working to shape the business community, create jobs, and foster economic sustainability and development.

Business to Government

Will a recount produce Maryland election results?

In a number of races, Democratic candidates finished with higher vote totals than their Republican counterparts.

As a woman-owned Maryland business, we find that Maryland Chamber membership is a meaningful way to have our voice heard on issues and policies that help move Maryland forward. I can think of no other organization that provides that opportunity like the Maryland Chamber."
Ellen H. Yankellow, Pharm.D.,
President and CEO,
Correct Rx Pharmacy Services, Inc.
Maryland’s businesses need a strong voice in Annapolis to help the state compete regionally, nationally and globally. The Maryland Chamber is that voice, and they bring businesses and policymakers together to achieve that goal."
Denis Dunn,
State President–Maryland, Washington D.C., and Delaware,
The Maryland Chamber is the only organization focused on growing all of Maryland business. The ability to connect and collaborate to drive innovation, identify solutions and get things done is unparalleled."
Karin Schwartz,
Founder & CEO,
Springboard, LLC
When I first joined the Chamber, it was for the networking opportunities. Not only has membership opened doors to new business, it's exposed me to issues facing Maryland businesses and expanded my knowledge of the market."
Jennifer Dodson,
Owner and Chief Creative Officer,
Adashmore Creative