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Dec. 19, 2016 10:00 am

Welcome to the ‘super-city’

A band of likeminded CEOs from Richmond, D.C. and Baltimore are making the case for thinking regionally.

Being part of a super-city sounds cool, no?

(Photo by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier)

What could we accomplish if the entire Richmond to Baltimore region worked together?

Great things, according to the Greater Washington Partnership, a new group of regional CEOs who are advocating that we all work together to make the region “one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business.”

Big names are associated with the organization, including Ted Leonsis of Revolution, Terry McCallister from Washington Gas, Rich Fairbank from Capital One and more. The group hopes thinking regionally will help each of the cities overcome any challenges they may face individually. Further north, folks in Delaware and Philadelphia are thinking the same.

Our sister site Technical.ly Baltimore has more on the Greater Washington Partnership:

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