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Maryland Chamber Cup

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Maryland, My Maryland

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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.



Maryland Chamber Cup

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Human Resources Advisory Group Meeting

Potential topics include overtime pay & jurisdiction; sexual harassment policies and legislation; labor relations regulations; risk management


Legislative Wrap-Up Tour

Our policy experts are coming to you. Learn how the 2018 session will affect your upcoming year!



P-TECH: Maryland Chamber members partner with students at Dundalk High

This week, 60 rising ninth graders from Dundalk High began their high school experience as P-TECH students—not in the classroom, but hands on at a Whiting-Turner construction site and a Stanley Black & Decker showroom, among others.


States collect on internet sales

The United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that South Dakota’s law was not burdensome on interstate commerce and therefore did not violate the dormant Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution.


Maryland Chamber supports legislation affecting tariff imposition

(June 15, 2018–ANNAPOLIS, Md.)–The Maryland Chamber of Commerce joins the U.S. Chamber and others around the world in voicing serious […]


Reduce, reuse, recycle…the right way

If you think you’re doing the environment a favor by filling your recycling bin, you’re probably wrong. In Maryland, as much as a third of material set out to be recycled ends up in a landfill or incinerator.

Member News

Maryland Chamber elevated with new talent

What do you do when you have stand out interns? You hire them. This month, Maryland Chamber welcomes three past interns to its ranks of full-time employees.


Stanek to be the Public Service Commission chair

As of today, the Public Service Commission will have a new incoming chair. Governor Larry Hogan announced Jason M. Stanek will hold the title.

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
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
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,