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Lessons in Entrepreneurship with Route One Apparel Founder Ali von Paris

A headshot of 2023 Maryland Rising Star Award Winner Ali von Paris

Blog Lessons in Entrepreneurship with Route One Apparel Founder Ali von Paris Nov 16, 2023 Maryland has a diverse, thriving business community filled with people and organizations making our state stronger. Among them are talented young professionals making their mark, who we’ll meet through the Maryland’s Rising Stars podcast — a new podcast series from…

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Commentary: Maryland Must Do More for Military Retirees

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COMMENTARY Commentary: Maryland Must Do More for Military Retirees Nov 10, 2023 Strengthening Maryland’s Future: A Call to Prioritize Tax Breaks for Military Retirees In the face of workforce shortages, budget deficits, and a growing exodus of residents seeking residence in states with lower costs of living, Maryland stands at a critical juncture. To ensure…

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Maryland Chamber Applauds Selection of Greenbelt for New FBI Headquarters

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News Release Maryland Chamber Applauds Selection of Greenbelt for New FBI Headquarters Nov 9, 2023 ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The Maryland Chamber of Commerce applauds the recent announcement that Greenbelt, Md. has been selected as the site for the new FBI Headquarters. This is an enormous win for the state of Maryland and will provide significant…

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Seeking Host Companies and Educators for the 2024 Teacher Externship Program

A group of educators participating in the Maryland Chamber Foundation's Teacher Externship Program alongside employees from their host company standing in a group in front of large electrical transformers wearing safety equipment.

Blog Seeking Host Companies and Educators for the 2024 Teacher Externship Program Nov 6, 2023 The Maryland Chamber Foundation is excited to announce that applications are now open for our 2024 Teacher Externship Program! This unique four-week summer program builds a bridge between educators and top Maryland businesses, empowering students with knowledge on future careers.…

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Guinness Open Gate Brewery: A Story of Policy, Partnerships and Progress

Three individuals smile and pose for a photo while attending the Maryland Chamber's HYPE: Helping Young Professionals-Excel event at Guinness brewery. Several people are shown standing and talking in the background.

Blog Guinness Open Gate Brewery: A Story of Policy, Partnerships and Progress Nov 3, 2023 Recently, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce visited the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore County to host its kick-off for the new HYPE (Helping Young Professionals Excel) event series. With nearly 100 young professionals in the room, we learned how…

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Help Fight Hunger with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Food Drive

Four individuals pose and smile while standing in the Maryland Food Bank warehouse. A large red wall with a giant Maryland Food Bank logo is in the background, as are pallets and shelves to store food donations.

Blog Help Fight Hunger with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Food Drive Oct 26, 2023 The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is proud to partner with the Maryland Food Bank once again this year to help fight hunger in our community. We are hosting a food drive to collect food items and monetary donations that will…

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FAMLI Webinar with the Department of Labor

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Blog FAMLI Webinar with the Department of Labor Oct 26, 2023 Access the slides and recording from our Oct. 26 webinar with the Maryland Department of Labor.  The Maryland Department of Labor partnered with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce to host a free informational webinar for employers looking for a better understanding of the state’s…

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Show Your Support for Veterans: Participate in Operation Green Light

A photo taken at night of the Maryland Governor's Mansion, a brick multi-story building, illuminated in bright green lights to help recognize Maryland's veterans.

Blog Show Your Support for Veterans: Participate in Operation Green Light Oct 25, 2023 From Nov. 6–12, 2023, the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs is encouraging businesses across the state to change one light bulb to green as a visible sign of support for veterans and their families. As Veteran’s Day approaches, Maryland businesses have…

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