Two new Hall of Fame inductees just announced!
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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.
We are the only statewide voice for the business community, working to make Maryland regionally, nationally and globally competitive.
Drink. Eat. Connect. Repeat! Join us for a fun, laid back, networking happy hour at David’s!
Veterans in the Workplace aims to educate business leaders and human resource professionals on ways to effectively source and support veteran hiring in the workplace. A part of Maryland Chamber’s MD Spotlight series, this event will focus on identifying, attracting and filling in-demand roles with top talent.
It’s what we wait all year fore! Join us for the eighth annual Maryland Chamber Cup!
On Wednesday, April 24, the Maryland Chamber, as part of its “Maryland Spotlight” series, will bring together military personnel, employers, educational institutions and workforce development professionals to discuss ways to identify, attract and fill in-demand positions with qualified veterans.
Access to affordable, reliable and secure energy is critical to Maryland businesses and residential customers. To achieve the strongest modern energy system possible, we must ensure stakeholders, customers and the utilities together are aligned on priorities for today and the future.
Disabilities are about solutions and expectations, meaning there is a solution to almost any problem you can name. Employers need to look for solutions in order to create a more diverse workforce.
We’ve made it…past Crossover Day that is. With just under three weeks to go until the end of the 2019 legislative session there is still a lot up in the air.
Two of Maryland’s most accomplished business leaders will be inducted into the Maryland Business Hall of Fame.
Last night, the Senate passed SB 280 and HB 166, the $15 minimum wage bills, as they were amended in the Senate Finance Committee by a vote of 32-15.