The Baltimore Meeting and Event Planning Guide has all the infomation meeting planners, conference attendees and business travelers need to plan their time in Baltimore, from sample itineraries and dining options to transporation and housing information.
The Summer/Fall 2019 issue is focused on diversity and inclusion, including features on our African American chefs, suggested itineraries to celebrate the Year of the Woman and historical event venues. Please see below for some of the highlights.
- "6 Storied Spaces" – pg 12 – six event venues that have a history or have been preserved and transformed
- "Groups Giving Back” – pg 18 – a list of local nonprofits that have group volunteer programs
- "Dining Around the World" – pg 23 – a roundup of local restaurants and markets that serve international cuisine such as Latin American, Asian, French and Japanese
- "Return to our Roots" – pg 28 – a feature on the resurgence of our African American culinary scene and chefs, including Jasmine Norton of Urban Oyster and Catina Smith of Just Call Me Chef
- "The Future is Female" – pg 32 – itinerary suggestions if you have an hour, a few hours or a weekend all based around women-owned businesses or women leaders, such as KSM Candle Co., the BSO led by Marin Alsop, and Chef Cindy Wolf’s Charleston.
- "Our City’s Leading Edge" – pg 36 – an overview of our key industries with a focus on tech
- "Smart Screen" – pg 40 – a profile on Catalyte, a Baltimore-based company featured on 60 Minutes that is looking to transform the hiring process. The company uses predictive analytics to identify potential software developers outside the traditional parameters of education and experience.
- "Ensuring Inclusivity at Your Next Event" – pg 96 – tips from NAACP’s Eris Sims on improving diversity and inclusion at meetings and events
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