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AGILE 2022: Next session on November 15th
Fellowships to prepare undergraduates for careers in global business
The Center Club |
Oct 6, 2022
As the world changes, topics like onshoring, supply chain diversification, digital transformation, regionalization, and security are top of mind for international business leaders. Leaders must continue to adapt to the rapidly changing nature of global business and partnerships in this age of acceleration. How can businesses leverage globalization’s failures and reorient for sustainable growth?
2229 Van Deman St, Baltimore, MD |
Oct 13, 2022
Tulkoff Food products got its start in the 1930s selling horseradish sauce at a farmers market. Today, this Baltimore-based manufacturer creates condiments, specialty sauces, and other food products for a variety of industrial and retail, customers, as well as their own brands nationwide. As one of the largest condiment and specialty sauce co-packers, they work with customers throughout the entire product development - from sourcing ingredients to distribution. WTCI and RMI members are invited to join us as we get an inside view of how this company maintains its edge in the highly competitive industry.
La Cuchara |
Nov 3, 2022
Join us at La Cuchara restaurant in Baltimore for an exciting fundraiser in support of our youth-focused Albrecht fellowships. Tickets start at $150 and include casino games, food from the Basque region, open bar, prizes, and more.
National Aquarium in Baltimore |
Nov 15, 2022
The impacts of human-caused global warming are worsening and accelerating. Climate change is a global problem requiring collective action and innovation, with many interconnected stakeholders and complex, competing interests. How can the private sector lead the decarbonization of the global economy? Sustainable business practices have historically come at a cost – challenging market competitiveness and profitability. As new science and data emerge on rapidly accelerating climate threats, future competitiveness will be dictated by business leaders who rapidly pivot to balance economic and environmental goals. Emerging technologies across all industries are making it possible for businesses to model for sustainability while maintaining, if not growing, market positioning. The private sector has a unique obligation, and opportunity, to rebuild the economy for a sustainable future.
WTC Baltimore |
Dec 7, 2022
Get the inside scoop on the latest developments at the Port of Baltimore and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport during this annual event hosted by WTCI, Ports America Chesapeake and the Maryland Department of Transportation
A tumultuous youth taught him the value of foreign aid and put him on a path to helping others. Today, the networking superstar calls Maryland home and is always looking for partnerships for Catholic Relief Services and to build his personal network, making him a perfect fit for the Emerging and Developing Global Executives program.
WTCI's members are on the move. They are coming up with innovative solutions to the most pressing and complex challenges of the day. Find out about the new programs, services and tools they are creating, as well as other changes afoot.