Each year the Chamber of Commerce recognizes business leaders who exemplify corporate citizenship through their commitment to growing our regional economy, supporting philanthropic endeavors, and enhancing the quality of life in Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis.
The Chamber of Commerce celebrates the achievements of young women and men in our region as they begin their journey in their chosen career fields. Miss Maryland 2003, Marina Harrison, a graduate of the Anne Arundel County Public School system and a successful career individual exemplifies what can be achieved by young people.
An Advocate for Business
The Chamber of Commerce's approach to addressing the many opportunities and challenges in our region has earned it the respect and following of elected and appointed leadership at all levels of State, County, and City government.
Chamber members form working groups that seek to understand regional opportunities and challenges, develop solutions, and collaborately enjoin citizens and public officials in efforts that enhance the quality of our life for our citizens, employees, and businesses in Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis.
|Tuesday December 10, @8:00am - @9:30am|
- Cafe Rio Mexican Grill We will feed all Military, active and Veterans, and their families for free!
- SCORE 390 is offering a new and unique workshop in appreciation to our veterans
- Capital Gazette presents the 2014 High School Athletes of the Year Showcase!
- Kicked Up Fitness offers corporate rate to Chamber members
- Old Mill High School will be hosting Mock Employment Interviews
- Best Buy For Business - Now Offering Business Solutions!
- Maryland Department of Natural Resources - A Better Shredder Day
- Volunter Center of Anne Arundel County - Make A Difference Day on October 26
- MainStreets Annapolis - 16th Annual Tug of War Classic
- South River Restoration hosting subcontractor Open House
Small Business Digest
Maryland grants residents access to two of the largest metropolitan areas in the nation, and, on average, it is the wealthiest of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. In short, it offers ample opportunity for young families to settle down and raise their kids ... Read more!
BUSINESSWEEK - The agency is waiving its upfront, 2 percent loan-guarantee fee for those smaller loans and reduce a monthly guarantee fee paid by the lenders by 3/10 of a percent. The SBA didn’t announce an end date for waiving the fees. The changes mean small business owners borrowing $150,000 will no longer have to come up with $2,550 in upfront fees at the time the loan closes. That will help many of the Main Street retailers, service businesses, craft breweries, and car dealerships that apply for SBA-guaranteed loans ... Read more!