Chamber Update | September 7, 2021

September 7, 2021


TOP BLOGS OF THE MONTH

Understanding combined reporting in Maryland: 5 top questions answered

During the 2022 legislative session, we can expect a renewed focus on a handful of perennial issues including Maryland’s corporate tax structure and combined reporting. Andrew Griffin digs into this complex tax reporting method and its implications.

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2020 data center legislation brings first-of-its-kind facility

“Without Maryland passing the data center legislation, Quantum Loophole would not have selected Maryland.”

Q&A with Quantum Loophole’s Sylvia Kang, VP of real estate

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

 

UnitedHealthcare is dedicated to helping people live healthier lives and making the health system work better for everyone. They serve millions of people from their earliest years through their working lives and through retirement. UnitedHealthcare has stepped up as the presenting sponsor of the 2021 Maryland Chamber Cup and Maryland Chamber Foundation Teacher Externship Celebration at the end of the month. They hosted two Maryland teachers this summer as part of the Teacher Externship Program.

“UnitedHealthcare’s membership in the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and support of the Maryland Chamber Foundation were a natural fit for us,” said Joe Ochipinti, chief executive officer – Mid Atlantic region at UnitedHealthcare and Maryland Chamber board member. “These relationships help us empower a healthier workforce of more than 3,000 employees and forge connections that are central to making the health system work better for the close to 900,000 Marylanders we are privileged to serve.”


OPPORTUNITY: Download Q2 Economic Report

The Maryland Chamber Foundation continues to provide economic data and analysis of key economic indicators as we chart our course to recovery from COVID-19.

In Q2 2021, even with the employment rate not at pre-COVID-19 levels, there are signs that Maryland’s economy is steadily improving.

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EVENT: The Maryland Delegation addresses the business community

The 2022 legislative session will undoubtedly bring new challenges for the Maryland business community. To help you stay on top of critical policy issues in these highly uncertain times, we’ve created a forum for business leaders to hear directly from our state’s Congressional Delegation, including, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, and policy experts from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Join us on Sept 22 for Congressional Roundup.

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MEET THE CHAMBER

Lacey Williams, Sales Account Executive, is celebrating her one year anniversary with the Maryland Chamber. Lacey joined our team to work with our members to enhance relevance, reach and state-wide engagement through business development support. The Maryland business community has always been important to her, as she grew up working in her family’s seafood market, a community staple for over 60 years on the Eastern Shore. In her spare time, Lacey loves spending time outdoors with her fiancee Kyle, whom she marries next month, and their dogs Milo and Goat.

 

 

 


Questions? Contact us at mdchamber@mdchamber.org or (410) 269-0642.

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