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.
|Wednesday June 19, @7:30am - @9:30am|
- Whiteford, Taylor & Preston and 13 Partners Named as Leaders in the Legal Profession by Chambers and Partners
- Smyth Jewelers Casino Night Benefiting The Wellness House of Annapolis
- Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation Hosts Small Business Week Events June 17-20
- Maryland Live! Casino Selected as "Project of the Year" in State of Maryland, Honored with Award of Excellence
- Hyatt & Weber, P.A., Names Mark Rosasco Partner
One of Consuella Caudill’s biggest tasks has been increasing her profile in the city. In April, the Virginia native was hired in Annapolis as the city’s small/minority business enterprise coordinator. She works in the city manager’s office to recruit and retain small, minority and women-owned businesses, as well as help with procurement and other duties ... read more
Deepak Jain has a new vision for Marley Station mall. Jain wants to transform the Glen Burnie retail location into a data center and cyber security hub. It would have more than 1.5 million square feet of computer space. This would also result in a change of operations for the mall’s big stores, the food court and the movie theater ... read more
Small Business Digest
Productivity consultant David Allen – of “Getting Things Done” fame – says to be more productive and creative, you need to clear out your head.
Allen, founder of the productivity system called “Getting Things Done” or GTD for short, and author of a series of books, explains, “If there’s something on your mind, it’s not getting done. People who get the most done have the least in their heads.” ... read more
Only one third of small business owners were able to obtain all of the credit that their businesses need, a recent National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) survey shows. When it comes to accessing capital, business size definitely matters ... read more
Anne Arundel Community College seeks budding entrepreneurs who can benefit from scholarships and business training. AACC's new Ratcliffe Scholars Program is designed to “support entrepreneurs as they learn skills to launch and grow businesses,” according to a news release ... read more.
According to the latest survey results, business activity in Maryland improved modestly in May. Labor market conditions softened in May. This follows three consecutive months where the survey results suggested significant improvement in labor market conditions. Businesses reported that margins remained under pressure with increases in input prices outpacing output prices ... read more
Where Business Meets Opportunity!
As a member of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. you are part of a trusted business organization, a catalyst for economic development, and the voice of business throughout Anne Arundel County; including Severna Park, Glen Burnie, Crofton, Odenton, Edgewater, Pasadena, Jessup, Hanover, and the City of Annapolis. The Chamber provides opportunities for all businesses and individuals who have a stake in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. We believe that business thrives in a healthy community with an exceptional quality of life.
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Founded in 1918 – the longest incorporated serving Chamber of Commerce in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Over 850 member businesses who employ over 36,000 people.
Professional business staff of 5.
18 member Board of Directors.
Certified and registered in the State of Maryland and Anne Arundel County to represent local business interest before County and State government officials.
Host location for the Anne Arundel County Comcast Business Hall of Fame.
Organizer and owner of the Maryland Maritime Heritage Festival.
Strategic partner with the Small Business Administration, SCORE, Small Business Resource Center, Business Workforce Development Center, and Anne Arundel Community College.
Hundreds of volunteers supporting and serving on committees and taskforces.
Located in the State Capital of Annapolis, Maryland, and serving all of Anne Arundel County.