On Friday, February 8th, Maryland Chamber members and other business representatives came to Annapolis to testify against an increase in […]
Maryland policymakers always note that businesses don’t show up to testify. Not today.
At Mosaic Learning we pride ourselves on our culture and employee development. Let’s talk about a few ways we encourage positive culture.
There has been legislation introduced before the General Assembly that would raise Maryland’s minimum wage to $15 per hour. What are the consequences?
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is a membership made up of businesses that are rooted in collaboration and service to others. They think locally, act generously and give selflessly — making them vital to the cities and towns where they’re located.
In light of recent federal tax revisions and a subsequent state revenue windfall, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Business Tax Task Force, formed last summer, has been working to review the state’s existing business tax structure and policy.
As we start 2019, the economic pictures for Maryland and the nation remain strong. The economic recovery is currently in its tenth year, and the state has seen expanding job and GDP growth during this time.
The most exciting thing is being able to effect community change. Whether it’s through education, workforce development, health care initiatives, creating job opportunities or fostering our talent pipeline, it all inspires me to come to work and do my job, every day. My staff and team at the Maryland Chamber also continue to motivate me.
On an unseasonably warm day, hundreds of Maryland business leaders heated things up in the State House at Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Meet the State event.
New Membership Model – Already Embraced by 14 Local Chambers – Will Ensure that Voice of Maryland Small Business is Amplified with Maximum Impact and Minimal Investment
Even if you’re not a regular subscriber to the happenings around Annapolis, chances are you’ve heard something about the Kirwan Commission and its now three-year effort to propose sweeping overhauls to Maryland’s K-12 education.
As session season dictates, most events will likely be geared toward the general assembly in the coming months. Once you have your legislative jargon down, utilizing your policy knowledge at business events will prove to be extremely fruitful for network building.