As Maryland’s six casinos continued operating at 50 percent capacity due to COVID-19, they generated $149,549,000 in gaming revenue during August, their second full month of operation after being closed […]
Berman Enterprises Values Roots in Baltimore-Washington Corridor
As Ben Berman talks about the Baltimore-Washington corridor, he thinks back on his grandfather and his uncle, Melvin J. Berman and I. Wolford Berman, who founded Berman Enterprises in 1952.
Letter From the BWCC Board Chairperson and President
The board of directors, staff and membership of the Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) — Maryland’s only regional chamber — welcome you to this special publication in The Business Monthly.
Breasia Productions: Striving to Be Creatively Outstanding
Jamal Lee has a busy life that, especially now, spans across generations. He and his wife welcomed a newborn into their family in May.
BWCC CEO Walt Townshend Announces Retirement
After 27 years of service, Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) President and CEO Walt Townshend announced his retirement effective Aug. 1.
Energy Co-Op Helping BWCC Members Reduce Costs as Market Rates Increase
The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) provides a program to assist commercial and residential customers with the purchase of electricity and natural gas supply services.
Far Corner Celebrates 25 Years of Organic Expansion
Far Corner Publishing, formerly Marketplace Books, is one of those companies that aren’t content to be successful doing just one thing.
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and the Ban on DDT
It was more than 40 years ago that Charles Wurster, then a professor and researcher at the State University of New York at Stonybrook,
Have You Effectively Used Your (Almost) Free Consulting Services?
It is said that when “you see one chamber — you’ve seen one chamber.” It’s also true that every chamber has a personality: a core set of values, capabilities and focal points that guide its mission and program of work.
Overtime Regulation Is a Surprise to Many Employers
Although the Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) had been briefing its members for months about the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DoL) plan to increase the salary threshold for overtime