Quarterly Business Roundtable

Quarterly Business Roundtables are an opportunity for businesses to get the inside scoop on what is happening in Charles County and learn how the Charles County Economic Development Department can assist them. Each meeting includes a continental breakfast, networking, quarterly update, and a Q&A session where businesses can ask questions directly of the department. 

2017 Quarterly Business Roundtables are scheduled for the last Wednesday of the month (January 25, April 26, and July 26) at the Waldorf West Library. Our annual Fall Meeting will be held on November 7.

The typical agenda is:

8:00  -  8:30 am    Networking and Breakfast

8:30  -  9:00 am    Quarterly Update 

9:00 - 9:30 am      Q&A

Meetings are free to attend, but registration is requested. To receive an alert when registration is open, please sign up for our monthly E-News or check our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages regularly.

 

 

 

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