As 2018 comes to a close, we take a look back at the companies making an impact in the state, including those who celebrated major milestone anniversaries throughout the year. Thank you all for helping us make Maryland the perfect place to live, work, and play.
Looking for a few additional reasons to feel merry this holiday season? Check out this economic recap from the Maryland Department of Labor.
The state of Maryland and Montgomery County have announced support for the expansion of REGENXBIO Inc., a leading clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in gene therapy.
Last month, local, state, and federal officials kicked off the development of Mistletoe Hall Commerce-Business Park, Easton’s newest business park. Mistletoe Hall Commerce-Business Park is comprised of 86.25-acres of land on Goldsborough Neck Road and borders Easton Airport and Talbot Commerce Park.
iLearningEngines, Homesnap, and Trinity Technology Partners, Inc. top the list of the fastest growing tech companies in Maryland, according to the 2018 Deloitte Technology Fast 500. Overall, 11 Maryland companies were named to prestigious technology awards rankings, including Supernus Pharmaceuticals and Paragon Bioservices, who both announced expansions in the state earlier this year.
The state of Maryland has announced a multi-partner agreement to establish a pilot urban farming initiative in Baltimore City. The project aims to transform a portion of a vacant lot in West Baltimore into a garden which will produce crops such as indigo, beets, onions, marigolds, and Black-eyed Susans to make natural dyes for artistic, educational, and commercial use.
Cybrary, a Prince George’s County company offering free online cybersecurity training programs, plans to expand and add more than 200 new jobs in the county.
Building bridges throughout the community is a top priority for Baltimore developer War Horse Cities. Founder Scott Plank sat down with MDBizNews to discuss the ways War Horse approaches community building and the future of the organization.
The Maryland Department of Commerce today announced that 12 small and minority-owned businesses have received more than $5.4 million in loans and lines of credit through the Maryland Small Business Development Financing Authority (MSBDFA). The businesses will use the funding to support expansions, as well as for working capital and equipment purchases.
Does a Maryland flag don the front of your house? Do bright Calvert and Crossland patterns of the Maryland flag appear on your necktie, car bumper, or scarf? The Maryland flag is fun to show off, but you need more than a cool flag to make a state great. So here it is: the top five reasons why Maryland is the best state in the U.S.
The holidays are the perfect time to buy from Maryland's entrepreneurs. If you're shopping for competitive athletes or beer enthusiasts, for the new mom and baby, or just for one-of-a-kind gifts that are made in Maryland, we have you covered. Check out our local gift-giving guide for this holiday season.
As one of the state’s largest industries, agriculture is a major economic generator in Maryland. With the holidays quickly approaching, turn to one of our many Maryland farmers for delicious, locally-produced food, wine, and more. Finish planning your Thanksgiving meal with a few suggestions from the Maryland Department of Agriculture.
Here in Maryland, residents have 30 main street communities and numerous small towns available to choose from for Small Business Saturday, in addition to the bustling Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Metropolitan areas. No matter which region you choose, your support benefits the state’s local economies and directly impacts the surrounding neighborhoods.
Visitors to Maryland spent more than $17 billion in calendar year 2017, up 2.1 percent from the previous year, officials announced at the Maryland Tourism and Travel Summit.
The Maryland Department of Commerce is leading a delegation of 11 Maryland companies this week to MEDICA 2018, the world’s largest medical trade show held every year in Dusseldorf, Germany. Several companies in the Maryland delegation are utilizing the ExportMD grant to attend the show, including Owings Mills-based IZI Medical Products.
This week we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week in Maryland. The national observation, which is held from November 12 – 18, promotes new apprenticeship opportunities, honors apprenticeship leaders and apprentices, and celebrates apprenticeship successes.
It’s never been easier to toast with a locally-made Maryland spirit. As a state with one of the fastest-growing rates of distilleries, Maryland is home to more than two dozen unique companies that exceed the expectations of even the most critical palettes. We’re excited to celebrate these innovative artisans during November as part of Maryland Spirits Month.
Maryland's Main Street communities are the perfect holiday shopping destination. This year, Small Business Saturday takes place on November 24, and there are now 30 Main Streets to visit throughout the state. The two newest additions - the Town of New Market and the City of Laurel - were designated by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development last month.
When diversity thrives, so does business. Here are four reasons why Maryland is the best place to find diversity.
Perdue AgriBusiness, a division of Perdue Farms, has announced a $30 million investment to open an organic grain receiving and storage facility at Tradepoint Atlantic in eastern Baltimore County to meet the rising demand for organic feed ingredients for Perdue Foods and other companies in the region.