The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County, honored Three Small Business on Friday June 27, 2014, in recognition of their support and commitment to the small business community and the Chamber over the past year.
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Photo Courtesy od The Executive Office of The Governor Vowing to strengthen Maryland’s middle class, Gov. Martin O’Malley signed legislation Monday that will gradually raise the state’s minimum wage to $10.10 an hour — his…
Small Business Innovation Research Funds / Small Business Technology Transfer Research Funds (SBIR/STTR) are the number one technology venture funding for American inventors, start up enterprises, and early stage small businesses.
With Montgomery County’s large and growing business community, opportunities for business networking and partnering abound.
In Montgomery County, we’ve responded aggressively to the current economic downturn to maintain the vitality of our local economy.
BY Lisa Hoover McGreevy With 73 percent of adults who have access to the Internet using social-networking sites, it’s not surprising that 86 percent of marketers say social media is important for their business. But social media moves at lightning speed: content posted to Facebook or Twitter becomes irrelevant after a mere three hours. The […]
Lets take a look to the minimum wage and find out what business owners should know about it. “An extensive body of research suggests that giving a raise to lower-income workers reduces turnover and raises morale, and can thus…
Carmen Ortiz Larsen, President AQUAS Inc. Vice President Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Montgomery County Thank you for considering my testimony. l am Carmen Ortiz Larsen, a small business owner for over 30 years. My company is an engineering and technology firm that employs over 50 people on a full time basis, which includes clerical […]