Mission

The mission of the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce is to promote business interaction among its members, to provide information and resources for its members, and to advocate the adoption of a pro-business agenda by the City of Baltimore and the region on behalf of its members.

News Alert

Assistance to Businesses Affected by the Recent Unrest.

The Baltimore Development Corp has developed a website and process to assist businesses affected by the recent crisis in Baltimore.  Learn more at www.baltimorebusinessrecovery.org

The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Baltimore Workforce Investment Board’s (BWIB) Business Engagement Committee presents:

Breakfast With The Mayor

 Thursday, September 10, 2015

Location:
HARBOR BALLROOM

of the
HORSESHOE CASINO BALTIMORE
1525 Russell Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
7:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Fees:
Members: $40
Non-Member: $55

Register Now

"Breakfast With The Mayor” is an opportunity to be updated on Baltimore City from the Mayor herself and at the same time enjoy breakfast and networking opportunities with fellow business owners and leaders.

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Member Spotlight

Hire One Youth

Hire One Youth Provides Job-Ready Quality Employees

By the year 2020, nearly half of the U.S workforce will be comprised of millennials. Will local businesses be able to find qualified candidates ready to fill positions soon to be vacated by our aging workforce? Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Hire One Youth initiative:

  • Gives employers an opportunity to shape their future workforce by hiring at least one responsible, job-ready Baltimore City resident between the ages of 16-21
  • Prepares ideal candidates for future job openings,especially if a company’s entry-level positions require specialized skills
  • Screens all applicants for skills and interests and provides job readiness training before referring them to employers for interviews
  • Provides a job coach to ensure the program is beneficial for employers and youth
  • Offers flexible payroll options – employers can hire youth directly, or Baltimore City can be the employer-of-record (minimum cost of $1,500 per hire)
  • Can be customized to fit employers’ needs – there is no set wage or employment period beyond paying minimum wage or more for at least 120 hours

Hire One Youth was created by Mayor Rawlings-Blake in partnership with the Greater Baltimore Committee's Hire One Youth Leadership Team, chaired by GBC President & CEO Don Fry, and is a solid investment in your organization, your industry, and Baltimore’s economy. Please sign up to become a Hire One Youth employer. Call 410-396-JOBS (5627) or contact HireOneYouth@oedworks.com for more information.  

 "Hire One Youth streamlines the interviewing and hiring process for businesses looking for eager young workers interested in learning how to be successful on the job."

 

Benefits of Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate sponsors are the life blood of our organization.  Become a corporate sponsor today and receive many benefits, including complimentary access to select events.  Your logo placed on the front of our website.  Your name takes website visitors to your very own page with a link back to your website.  Becoming a corporate sponsor is easy.  Just sign up to become a member, and select the corporate membership level.

Advertise With Us!

Reach your customers and grow your business!  Use this PRIME spot to advertise and get your company noticed.  Getting started is fast and easy.  We offer discounts for first-time customers.  Package deals are also available for our website and newsletter.  Please contact a business representative today to learn more about this great opportunity.