A look ahead to business in 2013

December 23, 2012 by  

With small business often considered to be the backbone of the American economy, it is important that business and government work together to promote and support it. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is aware of this and works to bring both sides together and advocate for their members with local legislators. It is holding a Business Day in Annapolis in a few weeks’ time January which will bring together local businesses and local government officials.

This will let both sides share what they want to see in the upcoming year and learn about the upcoming General Assembly session of legislature leaders. It will allow business leaders from all over the area to meet their local legislators and talk with them on a one-on-one basis. The event will also give local business leaders a chance to promote their business to their business peers and to help grow their referral network.

Many chamber members and non-chamber members from the area, including nearby Stevensville, who plan to attend will very likely be placing a new business card printing order in advance so that they will be able to exchange cards with everyone they meet. Digital business cards could help them to stay one step ahead of the crowd.

Business Day in Annapolis will take place at Loews Annapolis on January 15 from 7:30 am – 12:00 pm. Tickets are $75 for Chamber members and $90 for non-members. For more information on this event, contact Kristen Solis at 410-269-0642.