GBC announces February 20 Newsmaker Breakfast: Baltimore’s CitiWatch Surveillance Camera Program

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee on February 20, 2019 for a conversation about Baltimore’s CitiWatch surveillance camera program, which consists of 1,000 cameras throughout Baltimore City, with nearly 100 in the downtown area. The program has been instrumental in aiding the Baltimore Police Department in solving crimes and arresting the perpetrators in an effort to make Baltimore safer. Join the Greater Baltimore Committee to learn about the program, its successes and … Continue reading

Honeywell CEO David Cote to be Keynote Speaker at Greater Baltimore Committee Annual Meeting

BALTIMORE – Honeywell CEO and Chief Executive Magazine’s 2013 CEO of the Year David Cote will be the keynote speaker at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Annual Meeting on May 22. Cote, an outspoken advocate for “an American competitiveness agenda,” is a member of the steering committee of the Campaign to Fix Debt and vice chairman of the Business Roundtable. In 2010 President Barack Obama invited Cote to serve on the … Continue reading

19 GBC members named to “Influential Marylanders” list

Nineteen GBC members are included in The Daily Record’s annual “Influential Marylanders” list, published Feb. 3. A combination of The Daily Record’s editorial staff and online nominations created the pool for the 50 eventual Marylanders deemed most influential by the publication. Five winners were chosen for each of the 10 categories: Civic leadership, communications, education, finance, freestyle (winners who do not fall into any of the other categories), law, philanthropy, … Continue reading

Don Fry Commentary: Consensus remains elusive in Annapolis on key issues

Stop the presses. Legislative leaders on both sides of the political spectrum in Annapolis agree on one tax issue – reducing Maryland’s estate tax. But Democrat and Republican leaders who spoke at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 2014 Legislative Forum last Monday talked past each other on other key issues including local storm water fees, taxes in general and the minimum wage. Participants in the panel discussion before more than 250 … Continue reading

Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards rescheduled for Jan. 14

The Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards have been rescheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 14 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will honor 12 private-sector winners for outstanding commitment to community and dedication to improving the quality of life in Baltimore City. Click here for complete event information.