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Aug
21

Cybersecurity for SMBs Part II: Managing Your Cyber Risk and Responding to an Event

Are you a small or mid-sized business? Join the Maryland Chamber, UMUC and the Department of Commerce to learn critical ways you can protect your organization from cyber attacks.

Sep
20

Business Policy Conference

The premier business related public policy conference in the state, attracting hundreds of business executives, administration officials, and legislative leaders.

Nov
01

Maryland Chamber’s 50-Fest

It is an anniversary milestone that only happens once—and we certainly intend to celebrate with a bang!

DON'T MISS

Education

Johns Hopkins secures grant to aid workforce development

How can we prepare students to solve technology-based problems of the future? The answer is simple…arm them with education.

Manufacturing

2,000 ‘More Jobs for Marylanders,’ one year later

It’s officially been one year since the launch of the More Jobs for Marylanders program, a cornerstone of Governor Larry Hogan’s 2017 Maryland Jobs Initiative.

Tourism

Saving tourism in Baltimore

Just like any other city, Baltimore has its problems and dangers but the tourism industry is looking to overcome these hurdles to boost the positives of the city and show why tourists should continue to flock to Charm City.

Business to Government

Laws that impact tourism in Maryland

Tourism is good for business and economic development in the state; unfortunately, we must constantly be on guard against legislative efforts that if enacted, could hinder growth and prosperity of tourism – and the resultant economic benefit that comes with it – in Maryland.

Business to Government

Moderately speaking

Moderation is dying. Political polarization is increasing day to day it seems and it’s affecting Maryland’s business climate.

workforce development

Baltimore apprenticeship program to increase industrial workforce

The launch of the new Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship program will provide mechanical skills training and certification aimed at addressing workforce needs in the energy sector.

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
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,
AT&T
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.
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