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, Equity Mortgage Lending, 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
Posted 06 September 2018 - 12:19 PM
BMBD is the acronym for Baltimore Metro Business Development, which is our Networking group, that we launched in July 2015.
Our first event was that Sept.
Next week (Wed. 9/12 6 to 8:30PM, Towson Sheraton) will be our 10th such event.
BMBD exists to bring together professionals from across the region through regular events.
Our BMBD LinkedIn group has recently crossed over 600+ members. The majority of those are C-Suite Executives representing companies in the $5-$25M range. Companies which have had success and are looking to grow.
It’s been personally rewarding to hold these events and bring these Executives from numerous industries together. I’m a champion for Baltimore. The issues which our home faces are well known. Those issues are real and should not be ignored.
That said, I think we also fail in touting our collective strengths. The Baltimore Metro has high median income, and a high level of postgraduates. The region is a leader in Higher Education, Financial Services, Bio Services, Healthcare, Tech, and Defense Contracting.
It’s inspiring to meet the people who attend our events and learn more about their respective companies and industries.
Don't have plans Wed night? Join us! (Need to register.)
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