Hartman Executive Advisors & WTCI: Mutually Beneficial Growth

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Marie Hartman was interviewed for an article, Mutually Beneficial Growth, published by World Trade Center Institute. The article highlights Hartman’s commitment to building trusting relationships with it’s clients and the overall Maryland business community.

“Peter, in particular, expanded my horizon of what is happening here in the state of Maryland and the pivotal role that WTCI plays in helping bring business leaders together on many important topics that are affecting our clients,” says Hartman.

“Marie has taken the connections she has made at WTCI beyond the boundaries of events. One recent memorable connection happened at a meeting of the Maryland State Comptroller Board of Advisors, of which Marie is a member. She was sitting next to a representative of Southwest Airlines who was talking about their search for renewable fuel sources. Having just attended the recent WTCI AGILE Global Innovation Series panel discussion, “Demystifying Decarbonization: The Business/Climate Change Nexus,” about decreasing environmental impact, she was eager to share the connection.”

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