1. Improve access to the Hunt Valley area through light rail and bus serviceThe HVBF was created in 1996, and expanded its resources to educational roundtables that addressed areas of concern--real estate development, light rail station stops development, feeder buses and overall security. Workplace issues such as human resources, facilities management, employee safety, and small business management were topics of discussion. These are still relevant concerns today but we now present roundable forums that address other subjects that affect the workplace, networking that allows business relationships to develop, meetings of our Women in Business Group, Advocacy issues and outreach to our community.
2. reduce traffic congestion and employee commuting costs
3. facilitate vehicle and pedestrian circulation within the area
4. improve environmental conditions--an adviser to the MD Dept of the environment
Each April, the Hunt Valley Business Forum recognizes a business leader for their contribution to HVBF as well as the local community.
Past recipients of the Award:
2018 - PayPal
2015 - The Membership of Hunt Valley Business Forum
2014 - Terry Niemeyer, Chairman and CEO of KCI Technologies
2013 - Jay Huff, President of Brooks-Huff Tire & Auto Centers
2012 - Alan Elkin, founder of Advance Business Systems
2011 - Richard Webb of Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union
2010 - Charles Fenwick of Valley Motors