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The Maryland Chamber will have a new look! Stay tuned!

For the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration, it's about moving people—in more ways than one.

Is there a need for your product in the international market, but you're intimidated by the thought of going global? Maryland/Washington D.C. Export Council is a good place to start.

A new platform has launched as an easy way to support women-owned startups. In partnership with Maryland Chamber member PNC Bank, Betamore, Athena Power, and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, iFundWomen Maryland is a source of funding for women entrepreneurs and small business owners.

In 1956 Brice and Shirley Phillips opened their first eastern shore restaurant in Ocean City, Maryland, capitalizing on a surplus of crabs at a Hoopers Island processing plant. Decades later, Phillips Foods' resourcefulness extends to its commitment to sustainability.

Strategic Factory prints stuff. Big stuff. Little stuff. Envelopes. Letters. Brochures. Programs. Signs of all shapes and sizes. Even realistic, if one-dimensional, life-sized cutouts of humans. There’s almost nothing you could want printed that Strategic Factory can’t do. That means literal lots of paper products and ink.

Unemployment dropped again in Maryland last month – but three key industries shed more than 1,000  jobs. 

Perdue Farms, a leader in chicken, turkey and pork processing, has been addressing the environmental challenge of nutrient and water management through Perdue AgriRecycle, the first large-scale poultry litter recycling plant.

Most of us by now are familiar with the iconic spokes-gecko that is the commercial face of GEICO. Yet, the Gecko isn’t all that is green there. The company is also known for its environmentally-friendly business practices.

A program that is good for business, the economy and Maryland’s international reach? It is called a win-win.

Imagine it’s 1985, and your child has been diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability. Imagine the advice is to either institutionalize your child or simply leave him or her at home. 

In 1992, trailblazers in local leadership programs around Maryland got together with a common goal in mind: to create a program, at the state-level, that regional business leaders could aspire to. They approached the Maryland Chamber of Commerce for support. 

Soon after, Leadership Maryland formed its first class, housed within the Maryland Chamber as an independent 501(c)3. 

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