Greater Baltimore Committee’s 2016 Economic Outlook Conference to Focus on Industries of the Future and Post-Election Economy

The Greater Baltimore Committee’s 2016 Economic Outlook Conference on October 17 will focus on preparing for the future economy locally and nationally, as well as the potential effect the November elections may have on the economy. Who: Alec Ross, a technology policy expert, former Senior Adviser for Innovation to Secretary of State Hillary...
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Greater Baltimore Committee Encouraged by Baltimore City Council Show of Support for Port Covington

Below is a statement by Donald C. Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee, on the Baltimore City Council’s vote today to advance legislation that will pave the way for the proposed $5.5 billion Port Covington project by Sagamore Development Co. “The Greater Baltimore Committee is encouraged by the City...
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Nominations sought for the 11th annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards

The Greater Baltimore Committee is seeking nominations for its 11th Annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards on December 8, 2014. Self nominations are accepted. Outstanding businesses in the following categories will be recognized. Minority- and Woman-Owned Business that demonstrates outstanding achievement. Majority-Owned Business, corporations or individual executives that have shown...
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Baltimore Blast corporate partner family night announced

The Baltimore Blast, our region’s professional soccer team, will host a corporate partner family night at its semi-final game at 7:35 p.m. Tuesday, March 11. Those who purchase tickets at the discounted price of $15 will receive a free ticket to the final at 5:05 p.m. Sunday, March 16,...
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30 GBC members named Top 100 Women

Thirty GBC members have been named to Maryland’s Top 100 Women list, published annually by The Daily Record since 1996. The publication recognizes “high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring,” according to The Daily Record’s website. An outside panel of business...
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Girl Scouts of Central Maryland names new CEO

Baltimore–Girl Scouts of Central Maryland (GSCM) is pleased to announce that Violet Apple has been selected as the Council’s new CEO.  She comes to GSCM with over 25 years of Girl Scout experience, including serving as the Interim and Chief Operating Officer for Girls Scouts in the Heart of...
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Daily Record honors Maryland’s influential March 27

The Daily Record is honoring the 2014 Influential Marylanders during an event March 27 at The Grand Lodge in Cockeysville. Tickets are still available. Do not miss this opportunity to celebrate 50 of the state’s most influential leaders. Please join The Daily Record for a wonderful night of networking,...
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Minimum wage legislation voted out of House committee

Last night, the House Economic Matters Committee voted 13-8 to move the O’Malley Administration’s Maryland Minimum Wage Act of 2014 out of committee with considerable amendments. While House Bill 295 still incrementally increases the state’s minimum wage to $10.10 per hour over the next few years, the timing of...
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