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Through a merger between the Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber and the West Anne Arundel County Chamber in early 2017, the Central Maryland Chamber of Commerce (CMCC) was created. We are dedicated to providing networking, information and growth resources to all sizes and kinds of businesses, agencies, institutions and organizations. Our connections to business, industry, academia, government are unparalleled.

2017 Forecast: A Generally Positive Vibe

Maryland’s location next to the Nation’s Capital, its education and income levels, and its standing as one of the greatest high tech settings in the U.S. have not always equaled acknowledgement as one of the premiere locales to do business in the country.

Whether that changes sooner rather than later is unknown, but to hear the local leaders who contributed to this year’s forecast in The Business Monthly, things aren’t looking bad these days.

They seem to feel that Maryland’s economy is, generally speaking, in good shape; and proposals in the general assembly that could become law seem to include some that could significantly boost the state’s business climate. That makes sense when considering that Gov. Larry Hogan, who made his mark as a businessman before his upset win in 2014, is just completing year two at the helm.

Read the full article from The Business Monthly.

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