Upcoming Events

Aug 12

Virtual Power Connections Networking Mixer

Speed networking with 6 timed rotations in different breakout rooms!

Sep 1

Virtual Roundtable Networking

FREE for Members Only! Tell us how you spent your summer!

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Sep 16

Gregory Slater, MDOT Secretary

As newly appointed Secretary of MDOT, hear Mr. Slater's priorities and goals for the various departments that fall under his leadership. How has COVID-19 impacted their future projects? What will the future of transportation look like in our region?

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Sep 23

T3 Series: Greater Washington Partnership | Transit-Oriented Development

The GWP will discuss the findings of their study on the TOD of Anne Arundel & Prince George's Counties

Register Now

Aug 12

Virtual Power Connections Networking Mixer

Speed networking with 6 timed rotations in different breakout rooms!

Sep 1

Virtual Roundtable Networking

FREE for Members Only! Tell us how you spent your summer!

Register Now

Sep 16

Gregory Slater, MDOT Secretary

As newly appointed Secretary of MDOT, hear Mr. Slater's priorities and goals for the various departments that fall under his leadership. How has COVID-19 impacted their future projects? What will the future of transportation look like in our region?

Register Now

Sep 23

T3 Series: Greater Washington Partnership | Transit-Oriented Development

The GWP will discuss the findings of their study on the TOD of Anne Arundel & Prince George's Counties

Register Now

About Us

Founded in 1985, the BWI Business Partnership is a nonprofit corporation comprised of governmental organizations, private businesses, and academic institutions, advocating for strong transportation policy and initiatives, driving sustainable economic and workforce development, and facilitating meaningful strategic relationships germane to the growth and development of the BWI Region.

In addition to our work in the transportation industry, the Partnership hosts a Breakfast Series which features keynote speakers from business and government sectors. The breakfasts are attended regularly by between 200-300 government representatives, organizations, and large and small business leaders.

 

The BWI Business Partnership, Inc. shall not, on the basis of race, color or national origin, as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (PL 100.259), exclude any person from participation in, deny any person the benefits of or otherwise subject any person to discrimination under any program or activity.

For additional information on The Partnership’s non-discrimination policies and procedures or to file a complaint, contact The Partnership’s Title VI Manager at 1306 Concourse Drive, Suite 215, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090, 410-859-1000.