Community connection. You will hear these two words daily around the offices of Edwards Performance Solutions.
With the 10th best overall university in the United States and one of the top medical institutions in the world, you may think Johns Hopkins is already doing enough by educating the future workforce and saving lives.
Maryland Chamber of Commerce members are in the news every day making great strides—whether they are expanding into new territories, receiving honors, or giving back within the communities they serve.
Well, the 2018 Maryland Elections are over…almost. With the close of the polls late Tuesday night, the voters of Maryland set the course for the governance of Maryland for the next four years.
Thank you all for coming to the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s 50th Anniversary party!
Maryland Chamber member Kaiser Permanente received the highest possible rating of 5 out of 5 stars from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for quality and service for 2019.
As a self-proclaimed engineering nerd, one of the best parts of my job is touring manufacturing plants across Maryland. Hear more from Director of Strategic Partnerships Whitney Harmel.
By 2021, there will be an estimated 3.5 million unfulfilled cybersecurity jobs in the United States. In Maryland alone, there are currently over 15,000 open cybersecurity jobs—that number growing by the day.
Drones whirled, robots engaged in hydraulic movement, and students cheered as they stepped into different dimensions.
When I first moved to Maryland, the need to get involved with the affairs of government became pretty apparent and the Maryland Chamber was an excellent vehicle for the business community.
Twenty-two days from today, the incessant radio and television commercials urging you to “vote for [fill in the blank]” will officially end.
The decisions that shape the future are being made now. In Suite 100 of 60 West Street, business leaders from across the state came together to bring those issues to the table.