Baltimore Metro Business Development
Posted 16 September 2017 - 06:52 PM
Sponsored by Benchworks, the next Baltimore Metro Business Development (BMBD) event will be November 7th...
The event will be held at Delta Hunt Valley (formerly the Hunt Valley Inn) from 6 to 8:30PM.
The highlight will be a panel discussion with local Women Business Leaders.
Those that will be part of the panel are:
President, Enradius (Health)
President & CEO, HMC Incorporated
Chairman & COO, M Luis Construction
Formal invitations and direction to the Eventbrite page will start to go out next week…
If you have not already done so, you can join BMBD here:
Contact me with any immediate questions.
Attached is a brochure from our last event in May, where Tom Geddes (CEO, Plank Industries) was the speaker.
Posted 21 November 2017 - 07:55 PM
The next BMBD event will be Feb. 6th....
Ed Mulllin, (Co-Founder of STAR Academy)
Chris Sachse, (CEO, Think|Stack)
Jay Steinmetz, (CEO, Barcoding)
Deborah Tillett, (President / Executive Director at Emerging Technology Centers)
Matt Van Itallie, (CEO, Sema)
Posted 12 March 2018 - 08:15 PM
The next BMBD event will be May 8th...
It will be highlighted by a panel discussion on the local economy.....
Dr. Daraius Irani (Chief Economist, Regional Economic Studies Institute / Towson University)
Tom Sadowski (Vice Chancellor for Economic Development, University System of Maryland)
Dr. Lindsay Thompson (Founder / Director, CityLabs USA / Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School)
Posted 25 July 2018 - 09:11 AM
The next BMBD event will be Sept 12th...
Sponsored by CC&A Strategic Media and Growth Solutions Team, this event will be focused on highlighting some of Baltimore's best non-profits, inclusive of a panel discussion.
Casey Baynes, Founder & Executive Director, Casey Cares Foundation
Franklyn Baker, President & CEO, United Way of Central Maryland
Jennifer Bodensiek, President & CEO, Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
Rodney Burris, Director of Inspiration, Thread
Martin Schwartz, President, Vehicles for Change
Brock Yetso, President & CEO, The Ulman Cancer Fund For Young Adults
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