The Town of Centreville will create a strategic plan for economic development with help from the State of Maryland. The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) has approved a $15,000 conditional grant to the Town, through the Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF), to help fund the
July 2015 Tourism Pulse: Buy local for an authentic Maryland experience Liz Fitzsimmons is the Executive Director for the Maryland Office of Tourism Development. With farmers markets and festivals galore featuring local products, July offers up multiple opportunities for summertime visitors and residents alike to support local businesses and get a
The deadline for this year’s Advance Maryland program is quickly approaching. Advance Maryland accelerates expansion of growth companies and offers critical, customized strategic information at no cost to selected companies to help them overcome challenges and take advantage of new opportunities. Maryland companies interested in applying for the economic gardening
This week, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) joined Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) Secretary Kelly Schulz and Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives Steven J. McAdams to visit NRL & Associates in Stevensville to celebrate the company’s move to a new facility.
After 20 years in the culinary business, Greg Nalley has finally become what he calls an overnight success. Although his path has been anything but direct, Nalley currently oversees an expanding empire in the Baltimore area. His sixth Nalley Fresh restaurant just opened its doors on Pratt Street and strong
Depending on where you live, finding a woman-owned business might be hard to come by. But here in Maryland, we hold the number one ranking for women-owned businesses across the country. In fact, over 32% of all Maryland firms are women-owned, making Parallel Risk Advisors the perfect addition to the