Governor Larry Hogan recently announced a proposal to expand the Pathways in Technology Early College High School program in Maryland.
We are a service company, so service is in our DNA. To provide excellent customer service you have to create an environment around you, whether it be with employees or community, to support that service.
The beginning of a new year provides the perfect opportunity to take a step back, reflect and plan ahead. It is also time to make your resolutions for the upcoming year—for you and your business.
The Maryland Chamber surveyed member businesses to find the affect of ongoing tariff actions. Our preliminary findings highlight the negative impacts that have come as a result.
Following the historic changes enacted by Congress in 2017 with passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Maryland is positioned to experience a potential increase—to the tune of $570 million—in business tax revenues over the next five years.
Two new committees, focused on growing sectors within the state, have been added to the existing committees run by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
It is critically important that you set goals—and plan. A goal without a plan is just a dream and dreams come and go.
Imagine you are playing tennis with your best friend on a crisp fall morning. Suddenly, your teammate clutches their chest and hits the ground.
It’s no secret that we support business at the Maryland Chamber. We pride ourselves in working to shape the business community, create jobs, and foster economic sustainability and development.
In a number of races, Democratic candidates finished with higher vote totals than their Republican counterparts.
“The most incredible thing we’ve engineered is our team.” It’s a tagline that speaks to an office culture dedicated to growth and opportunity.
Compassion, humanity, and possibility were the main themes of the 2018 AFP National Philanthropy Day Awards.