Greater Baltimore Black
        Chamber of Commerce
    (Information and membership portal)

The Governor's Office
of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs


invites you to join us for our procurement connections workshop:

2019 RSG Image

 

Maryland is OPEN for Business!

Are you interested in contracting opportunities
with government agencies? 

 If so, then our Ready, Set, GROW! Procurement Connections Workshop
is for you. Join us for an overview of how our small, minority, women,
and veteran procurement programs work. You'll learn what buyers are looking for right now and what's in the pipeline, then meet with them
one-on-one during the open networking session. You'll also have the opportunity to connect with a variety of resource partners who can
help your small business thrive.

This small business development event 
is being held in collaboration with

Rocky Gap Casino Resort

Who should attend? 

 All small business owners, including firms owned and
operated by minorities, women, and veterans.


When:
Friday, October 18, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where:

Rocky Gap Casino Resort
Allegheny Event Center
16701 Lakeview Rd., NE
Flinstone, MD 21530

Register Red Button

Procurement Partners

Maryland Department of General Services
Maryland Department of Human Services
Maryland State Police
MDOT – Motor Vehicle Administration
MDOT – State Highway Administration
Rocky Gap Casino Resort

Resource Partners

Maryland Department of Commerce
Small Business Development Center

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~Special Upcoming Events~~~~~~~~~~~~

2w

 

 

2019 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit hosted by
Greater Baltimore Committee
Monday, October 21, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
University of Maryland Baltimore, SMC Campus Center
621 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Be a part of this inaugural Diversity, Equity and Inclusion event.

Join with majority, minority and women-owned businesses and civic organizations to discuss strategies for transforming culture within your business and across the broader community to be more diverse, equitable and inclusive.

To view flier, click here

To register, click here

For more information,contact Adrea Turner at adreat@gbc.org or 410-727-2820 ext. 46.

2019 Economic Outlook Conference hosted by
Greater Baltimore Committee
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Hyatt Regency Baltimore
300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee to hear from top experts on the state of the Mid-Atlantic region and Maryland’s economy.  Speakers will discuss the present economic growth outlook and what’s on the horizon for 2020.

Speakers include: 

  • Tom Barkin – President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
  • Bernard Yaros — Assistant Director and Economist, Moody’s Analytics
  • Andrew M. Schaufele – Director of the Bureau of Revenue Estimates, Comptroller of Maryland


To view flier, click here

To register, click here

For more information,contact Lisa Byrd at lisab@gbc.org or 410-727-2820, ext. 40. 

15th Annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards hosted by
Greater Baltimore Committee
Monday, November 18, 2019
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
American Visionary Arts Museum
800 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee to celebrate successful minority- and women-owned businesses and honor those who are striving to enhance the role and impact of minority- and women-owned businesses in the regional economy.

To nominate a deserving company, click here

To view flier, click here

To register, click here

For more information,contact Adrea Turner at adreat@gbc.org or 410-727-2820 ext. 46.

45th Annual Mayor's Business Recognition Awards hosted by
Greater Baltimore Committee
Thursday, December 12, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Join  Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, Greater Baltimore Committee and the Baltimore Development Corporation to recognize businesses that have demonstrated significant corporate leadership and service to improve the quality of life in Baltimore. The awards are given for specific activities or projects that have significantly benefited Baltimore City and are outside the regular mission or day-to-day work or activities of the business.

To nominate a company for the 2019 Mayor’s Business Recognition Award, click here

To view flier, click here

To register, click here

For more information,contact Lisa Byrd at lisab@gbc.org or 410-727-2820, ext 40.

To subscribe, click here

 E-News Brief from the Mayor's Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development 

ere

Governor's Office of
Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs 

invites you to reserve a seat for our upcoming

Technical Training Classroom

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Governor's Coordinating Offices
First Floor Training Room B
100 Community Place
Crownsville, MD 21032 

TTC 2019

Small Business Marketing Techniques

10 a.m. - 12 noon

Do you want to learn how to better market your business? This seminar will discuss the basic elements of marketing for a small business owner or entrepreneur.  Marketing is the backbone of a successful business. Preparing yourself with the proper marketing foundation is essential to bringing your great idea to the market. We will cover these essential elements to help prepare you with the tools you need to be successful. 

Who should attend? Small, minority, women, and veteran business owners who want to enhance their marketing skills and techniques.

Our special guest is Dr. Lisa Amans, President of BlackSheep Consulting LLC.

Blue Register Now Button

Understanding Prevailing &
Living Wage Laws

2 - 4 p.m.

Are you in compliance with Maryland's wage laws? Small business owners operating in the government contracting arena are expected to have a full understanding of Maryland's Prevailing Wage and Living Wage laws. These laws establish and enforce wage standards for workers from private businesses receiving contracts from local governments, and apply to both prime contractors as well as subcontractors. Join us for insightful information that will keep you in compliance with current laws. 

Who should attend? Small business owners and payroll managers who want to ensure they are paying wages in accordance to Maryland law.

Our special guest is Jim Tudor, Program Administrator with the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation.

Blue Register Now Button

What you need to know:

There is no cost to attend.
Seating is limited and advance registration is required.
Be prepared to take notes.
Free parking and guest WiFi are available on-site.
Photo ID is required upon entry to the building.
Café on premises (electronic payment only).

SAVE THE DATE

Confirmed Presenter


Dr. Beryl Satter, Faculty Professor American Studies and History Rutgers University

Author

Family Properties: Race, Real Estate, and the Exploitation of Black Urban America a monumental work of history, documenting accounts of racism and real estate, politics and finance, that forever changed our understanding of the forces that transformed urban America


Dr. Satter's tells her family story on urban history, detailing a landmark investigation of racial segregation and urban decay in Chicago -- and cities across the nation


The "promised land" for thousands of Southern Blacks, postwar Chicago quickly became the most segregated city in the North, the site of the nation's worst ghettos and the target of Martin Luther King Jr.'s first campaign beyond the South. In her powerful book,


Beryl Satter identifies the true causes of the city's Black slums and the ruin of urban neighborhoods throughout the country: not, as some have argued, Black pathology, the culture of poverty, or White flight, but a widespread and institutionalized system of legal and financial exploitation.


In Satter's riveting account of a city in crisis, unscrupulous lawyers, slumlords, and speculators are pitched against religious reformers, community organizers, and an impassioned attorney who launched a crusade against the profiteers—the author's father, Mark J. Satter.


Satter shows the interlocking forces at work in their oppression: the discriminatory practices of the banking industry; the federal policies that created the country's shameful "dual housing market"; the economic anxieties that fueled White violence; and the tempting profits of nearly 4 billion dollars made by preying on the city's most vulnerable population.


Anne Arundel County       MINORITY OUTREACH EVENT

             November 8, 2019

8:00 am to 12:00 pm

 

Exhibit and Network with Anne Arundel County’s Department of Public Works

 

Looking for Small, Minority & Women Owned Firms that perform or supply the following:

Goods:

Asphalt/Asphalt Equipment, Safety equipment, First Aid Kits, Construction Equipment, Safety Uniforms/Equipment and Shoes, Traffic Systems Equipment, Traffic Signal Controls, Controller Cabinets, Street Light Fixtures, detection cameras, CT Cameras, Highway Products, Hand Tools, Chemicals for Water/Wastewater Treatment, Small Parts, Electrical Equipment, and Winter Equipment.   

Services:

Marketing and Public Relations, Promotional Materials/Giveaways, Office Services, Transcribers, Translation Services, Printing Companies, Landscapers, HVAC Services, Electricians, Training-Safety-Technical, Laboratory Services and File Management.                          

Space is limited,  To register as an Exhibitor contact Elisa Brown, Minority/Small Business Coordinator with Anne Arundel Office of Central Services at phbrow22@aacounty.org or 410-222-7667.

Location:

Department of Public Works

Bureau of Utility Operations

445 Maxwell Frye Road, Building A

Millersville, MD 21108


REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Rye Street Market


Weller Development Company is seeking qualifications for the following:
 

IT/AV Engineers
Retractable Roof Engineers and Designers
Accessibility Consultants
Fire and Life Safety Code Review Consultants
Signage and Graphic Designers
Interior Designer Architects
Lighting Engineers
Sustainability and Energy Modeling Consultant
 

VIEW RFQs

REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
Port Covington Residential


Hord Coplan Macht is seeking proposals for the following:
 

Accessibility Consulting Firm
Acoustical Consultant
Building Envelope Consultant
Civil Engineering Firm
Code Consulting Firm
Energy Modeling Firm
Interior Design Firm
Landscape Architecture Firm
Lighting Design Firm
Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering Firm
Structural Engineering Firm
Sustainability Consulting Firm
 

VIEW OPEN RFPs

Open Recruitments

      • Highway Engineering Manager—Executive Service (MDTA)
      • Asset Control and Damage Recovery Specialist (MDTA)
      • ITS and Electrical Engineer (MDTA)
      • Transportation Facility Maintenance Worker III (MDTA)
      • Agency Procurement Specialist II (SHA)

These recruitments are open to anyone, both internal and external people may apply. You can find these our website page at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mdotmd

OFFICE MANAGER/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT 

Keller Professional Services, Inc. is seeking a full-time Office Manager/Executive Assistant to support Operations for a Professional Asset Management Client in Baltimore.

The Firm and its affiliates bring in excess of 100 years of experience in financing and fostering small, minority, women, and veteran owned businesses.  The Firm offers a complete portfolio of financing products and strategic services to advance companies to the next level.

Under the direct supervision of the partners, the Office Manager shall carry out operational and administrative support for the Family of Funds. He/She will also supervise the administrative staff, oversee general office administration, and provide back-up support for the administrative staff.

For more information, visit: 


Laborers Needed for Construction Clean Up!!!!

Keller Professional Services, Inc. is seeking qualified laborers to join its Construction Clean-up Crew for construction projects throughout Baltimore City. Prior construction experience is helpful but not required.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Must be a resident of Baltimore City
  • Must be available to work 6:30am to 3:00pm with overtime as needed (including Saturdays)
  • Must have the strength and endurance to lift heavy debris (50 pounds)
  • Must have the desire and drive to work
  • Must be able to pass a drug screening (upon application and randomly)
  • Criminal Backgrounds considered on an individual basis
  • Two forms of valid ID (Social Security Card and State photo ID/Birth Certificate/or Green Card)
  • 1 Year's experience as a laborer is needed.

Please complete our on-line application in order to be contacted for an interview.

©2011 - 2017 Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce. Privacy Policy
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software