Tourism is good for business and economic development in the state; unfortunately, we must constantly be on guard against legislative efforts that if enacted, could hinder growth and prosperity of tourism – and the resultant economic benefit that comes with it – in Maryland.
Moderation is dying. Political polarization is increasing day to day it seems and it’s affecting Maryland’s business climate.
The launch of the new Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship program will provide mechanical skills training and certification aimed at addressing workforce needs in the energy sector.
From downtown Baltimore to the historic state capital and the sunny beaches of Ocean City—tourists flock to Maryland year-round to experience the state’s rich variety of offerings.
The FirstEnergy Foundation has offered $15,000 to Washington and Frederick County businesses to support the hiring of youth apprentices through the successful Apprenticeship Maryland Program.
Having been raised in Maryland, I believe we live in an incredible state. Anyone who has grown up here knows that you can drive three hours and be in what feels like a completely different place.
Comcast announced plans on Thursday to expand its fiber-based network for businesses, in a move representatives said is designed to make high-speed internet more accessible.
Going grey isn’t always a bad thing. An increasing number of retirees or soon-to-be retirees are interested in reentering the workforce or switching careers, which can be good for employers.
Support your community – and your community will support your business. This bit of advice may sound trite, but it’s still true.
Congratulations, you’ve started a business in Maryland! Now what? After your business has been established, there are a number of labor and employment laws to consider when it comes to your employees.
“We’re Open for Business” is the greeting you’ll see on Maryland welcome signs across the state. But what does it really take to start a business in Maryland? It’s a bit more complicated than just hanging up a sign, opening the door and counting the profits.
Everybody deserves a second chance. That’s what the founders of Project Jumpstart believe.