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Small businesses continue to make changes to their business models and strategies as they adapt to an economy in recovery mode from Covid-19 and a world that’s become increasingly digital.
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The massive shift to work-from-home throughout the pandemic brought with it fundamental changes to the business community’s security posture.
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Attracting and retaining workers is a top concern of small businesses in the Greater Washington, D.C. and Baltimore regions.
Woman on an online video meeting while working remotely. Sandy Spring Bank.
Small businesses have made a number of changes to their business models in response to the pandemic and many of those changes are here to stay.
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Economic recovery from the pandemic has remained strong in 2021, and small businesses in Greater Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are bullish on their prospects and on the region’s business climate for the rest of the year.
We hope you and your families are safe and well. As the distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations continues, we want to provide an update on our phased approach to reopening.
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The Montgomery County Green Bank (“Green Bank”) and Sandy Spring Bank have joined together to provide flexible financing to help re-open the Olney Ale House.
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Sandy Spring Bank is honored to announce that it has once again been named by Forbes as the Best-In-State Bank for the state of Maryland.
Roberta Z Greenspan, CFA, CFP®  Division Executive, Sandy Spring Private Client Group
Experienced Leader Focused on Personal Client Service and Growth Sandy Spring Bank announced today that Roberta Z. Greenspan, CFA, CFP®, has joined the company as the Division Executive of the Sandy Spring Private Client Group, a division within the bank that takes a holistic approach to meeting clients’ financial needs...
Core Earnings Increase One Year After Acquisitions. Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc., (Nasdaq-SASR), the parent company of Sandy Spring Bank, today reported net income of $57.3 million ($1.19 per diluted common share) for the quarter ended June 30, 2021.