More than 100 people gathered Sept. 10 for Jmore’s “Corned Beef and Rye” JBiz Meet-Up, our latest networking event for community, business and professional leaders. The event was held at the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore in Fells Point
The main speaker at the event was Baltimore author Rafael Alvarez, who talked about the power of stories and the importance of preserving history and memories, whether of old Baltimore buildings or your own family. Guests enjoyed meaningful networking, great atmosphere and delicious food and drinks.
Sponsors included University of Maryland Baltimore, Nemphos Braue LLC attorneys-at-law, the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program at CCBC, Enradius, Perlow Home Team and Saval Deli.
Don’t miss Jmore’s next event, “Innovation in Health Care” Oct. 29 at Cylburn Arboretum celebrating Baltimore’s health care innovators.
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