Each year, our MEDA Winter Conference offers a forum for legislative and business leaders to discuss priorities for the year. This year, we are pleased to have Governor Martin O’Malley addressing our attendees.
Aberdeen, Maryland (Vocus) December 18, 2009
Governor Martin O'Malley will deliver the keynote address at the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA) 2010 Winter Conference on Thursday, January 14, 2010 at the Governor Calvert House in Annapolis, Maryland. The conference will provide a legislative outlook on economic development issues facing the General Assembly, and is sponsored by the Annapolis Main Street Program.
"The economic development community in Maryland is an important contributor to our state's legislative process," stated Kwasi Homan, President of MEDA. "Each year, our MEDA Winter Conference offers a forum for legislative and business leaders to discuss priorities for the year. This year, we are pleased to have Governor Martin O'Malley addressing our attendees." Thomas V. (Mike) Miller, Jr., President of the Senate; Michael E. Busch, Speaker of the House; Allan H. Kittleman, Minority Leader of the Senate; and Anthony J. O'Donnell, Minority Leader of the House will provide the legislative outlook for 2010. Providing a business leadership report will be Donald C. Fry CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC), Kathleen T. Snyder CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, James C. Dinegar CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, and Renee M. Winsky CEO of the Technology Council of Maryland.
The cost of the conference, which includes continental breakfast and lunch, is $65 for MEDA members and $100 for non-members. Continental breakfast begins at 8:30 am, with the program from 9 am to 2 pm. For more information or to register, visit http://www.medamd.com.
MEDA enhances the knowledge and skills of its members and encourages partnerships and networking among those committed to bringing jobs and investment to Maryland. In addition to quarterly conferences, members have access to opportunities, discounts and scholarships for professional development, and can participate in awards programs that recognize the best economic development projects or programs, redevelopment projects or programs, and marketing efforts in the state of Maryland.
Executive Director, MEDA
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