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All In 2035 Economic Opportunity Plan

The goals and strategies laid out in All In 2035 represent the culmination of an 11-month planning process facilitated by TIP Strategies, an Austin-based consulting firm with a national portfolio of strategy work. The plan’s forward-looking approach reflects GBC’s desire to ignite transformational change and to spur new regional collaborations.

Media Coverage

Greater Baltimore Committee unveils 10-year economic development plan
The Baltimore Business Journal

The GBC’s report was presented at the business advocacy group’s annual meeting at Tradepoint Atlantic in Sparrows Point on Thursday night. Read More.

GBC unveils 10-year economic opportunity plan for Baltimore region
The Maryland Daily Record

The Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) hosted its 69th annual meeting Thursday night at the expansive Tradepoint Atlantic site at Sparrows Point, welcoming more than 450 attendees from across the region’s business, technology, economic development, nonprofit, and civic sectors for a celebration of the Baltimore Region’s economic promise and resiliency. Read More.

New Greater Baltimore Committee plan calls for ‘sea change’ to boost economic opportunity
The Baltimore Sun

The plan sets priorities to guide private and public investment and regional collaborations that can spark transformational change over a decade. The GBC presented its ideas during its annual meeting Thursday evening, a networking event with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and entertainers in a cavernous warehouse at Tradepoint Atlantic in Sparrows Point. Read More.

GBC to unveil economic opportunity strategy at 69th Annual Meeting
The AFRO News

The Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) will hold its 69th annual meeting at Tradepoint Atlantic in Sparrows Point on May 23. The event will mark the unveiling of the organization’s 10-year economic opportunity plan, which will create a roadmap to achieve a globally competitive and equitable economy in the region. Read More.

Under new leadership, Greater Baltimore Committee seeks to give region competitive edge through 10-year plan
The Baltimore Sun

The “economic opportunity strategy,” to be developed with the help of a consultant over the next six months, is expected to include initiatives that would attract public and private investment and foster growth of new and existing businesses. Read More.

Viewpoint: GBC CEO says Greater Baltimore needs a regional plan — and fast
Baltimore Business Journal

To craft a bold, decade-long plan, GBC issued a competitive request for proposal in the spring and announced the hiring of TIP Strategies. TIP has worked across the country on regional economic plans with some of the nation’s most successful regional markets, unapologetic in their approach. Read More.

Steering Committee Co-Chairs

  • Kevin Loeb, , The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation
  • Calvin Young, General Partner, Green Street Impact Partners