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Date: Sep 18, 2020

Free September 24 Webinar Explores Pandemic-Related Impacts and Industry Shifts

Nationally and locally, restaurants, hospitality and recreational businesses have been among the most adversely affected by the pandemic.

On September 24, County Executive Johnny Olszewski will host a panel of industry leaders and advocates to provide an update on the state of Baltimore County’s hospitality and tourism industry and offer their insights on how these businesses can adapt during this challenging period.

“These small businesses are integral in making Baltimore County’s communities vibrant and diverse, and we remain dedicated to empowering their resilience and recovery during this challenging time,” said Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, who will share his perspective on local government’s role in COVID-19 business support and economic recovery.

“Flipping the Script: Tools and Tips for Tourism Recovery” is the seventh session in the County’s “Baltimore County Business Forum – COVID-19 and Beyond” webinar series. Samantha O’Neil, Senior Advisor to Baltimore County Executive Olszewski, will moderate this 60-minute session.

Panelists include:

Participate Live or Watch a Recording on the County Website

The webinar will be presented live via Cisco Webex on Thursday, September 24 at 1 p.m., and webinar access information is posted on the County website at

Recorded video of the completed webinar will be posted there shortly afterwards. People are invited to submit questions during the webinar via the live Webex questions feature, or in advance by emailing

Resources for Job Seekers and Businesses are Updated Regularly

The Department of Economic and Workforce Development (DEWD) provides a comprehensive overview of resources and assistance available to help affected individuals and businesses. This information is available on the department’s website.

Revised October 16, 2020               
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