Quarterly Business Roundtable

Our next Business Roundtable will be held online,  Wednesday, September 16, 8:30 - 9:30 am. 

This will be a great opportunity for your business to get the inside scoop on what is happening in Charles County and learn about the Economic Development Department’s response to the COVID-19 crisis. From the start of the crisis, we have shifted resources and human capital to address the impacts to businesses. 

Efforts that will be addressed include public outreach, education, and connection to resources; financial support for businesses; partnerships with private and public sector stakeholders; and initiatives to identify and address business needs and work towards economic recovery. 

Register here to hold your spot; you'll receive a confirmation email with a link to use the day of the Roundtable.

Also, feel free to bring your questions; we’ll have a Q&A at the end of the webinar.

 

View full video of January 22 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. 

2020 Business Roundtables have been scheduled for January 22, April 22, and July 23. Registration for the January Roundtable will be open in late December.

The typical agenda is:

8 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.             Networking and continental breakfast

8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.        Quarterly Update

9:15 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.        Q&A session

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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Views from Charles

Collaboration and Lessons Learned

Published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Economic Development Department Director Darréll Brown has said many times that those communities that collaborate are the communities that succeed and advance. The value of collaboration has ...

“Charles County is a great central location for us to have access to all of our customers. We do business with NSWC Carderock, Naval Research Laboratory, NAWCAD Patuxent River, NSWC Dahlgren, and Indian Head Naval Support Facility, to name a few.”

Scott Decker
Director of Operations

Cardinal Scientific

“We are proud to be a key part of Charles County’s future and we heartily encourage other, cutting-edge companies to join us.”

Doug Egan
Chief Executive Officer
Competitive Power Ventures

“Charles County is where we started our company and where we grew and expanded. We now operate our managed print and managed IT solutions in five states and provide custom apps all around the globe. Our headquarters is still in Charles County, an excellent place to conduct business and recruit highly skilled individuals for our ever growing team!"

Joshua Justice
President

Just Tech

 

“We are proud to be a key part of Charles County’s future and we heartily encourage other, cutting-edge companies to join us.”

Katharine Tate
 Executive Director of Provider Engagement and Community Relations

Righttime Medical Care

“Charles County is a great place for businesses to start, grow, and thrive! We've worked with over 100 businesses since we opened our doors in Charles County, and I've witnessed the majority of these businesses achieve all three.”

Darlene M. Breck

Owner

Southern Maryland Business Center

“Charles County is a great place to do business because of the passion of the business community and the residents who strive to make it the best that it can be."

Andrew W. Welburn

President

The Welburn Organization