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assisted multicare
ProgramsSmall Business

Assisted Multicare Transportation, a non-emergency medical transportation company in Pikesville, is expanding its provided services with help from the State of Maryland. The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) is providing the company a $50,000 loan through the Military Personnel and Veteran-Owned Small Business No-Interest Loan Program (MPVSBLP). Assisted Multicare will

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Breaking NewsDBEDPrograms

The Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) allocated on Wednesday $11.1 million to seven fund managers across the State to make small business loans. The move was approved by the Board of Public Works Wednesday morning. The Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business Loan Fund receives 1.5 percent of the

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An aerial photo of Sparrows Point in 2012, courtesy of the Baltimore Sun.
Maryland EconomyPrograms

New and expanded Enterprise Zones are being added to the State’s tax credit program,the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) announced today. DBED has approved the designation of the Federalsburg Enterprise Zone in Caroline County, as well as an expansion and re-designation of the Chesapeake Enterprise Zone in

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AboutInformation & Technology

Starting a business is easier than ever, especially when using Maryland’s award-winning online registration system. The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) has received a StateScoop 50 Award, which honors those who make state and local government more efficient and effective. Additionally, the International Association of Commercial Administrators recently named

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sba awards
AboutEntrepreneursSmall Business

Members of Maryland’s small business community were honored this month during the Maryland Small Business Week Awards Program. Held at Martin’s West in Woodlawn, the program celebrated its 31st year by highlighting the importance of small business to the local economy and across the nation. “We hope that you’ll be inspired

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InvestMarylandMaryland Venture Fund

And the grand prize winners are… Congratulations to all the winners in the third InvestMaryland Challenge. All four will receive a $100,000 top prize from the Department of Business and Economic Development. Check out the rest of the prize winners in the list below, and an explanation of all the

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InvestMarylandMaryland Venture Fund

The third InvestMaryland Challenge closes tomorrow when the winners of all $700,000 in prizes are announced by the Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED). They will include four grand prize winners of $100,000 each, and two dozen other companies that will take home smaller awards from DBED partners. The Challenge attracted 214 companies from eight states, Washington D.C.

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McCormick HQ
Business PulseDBEDJob CreationManufacturing & ProductionMaryland Economy

May 2015 Business Pulse: Insights on McCormick & Company’s decision to stay in Maryland Secretary Mike Gill leads the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Business News Maryland farmers markets, “incubators” for entrepreneurs – MDBizNews SocialToaster is hiring, seeking clients in Maryland after raising $1.9M – BBJ Betamore plans major

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Secretary Mike Gill
AboutDBEDMaryland Living

In case you missed it, DBED Secretary Mike Gill recently sat down for an interview with Baltimore Sun reporter Natalie Sherman. The Baltimore-born and raised businessman discussed visiting each of Maryland’s jurisdictions, a goal on the top of his “to-do” list this summer. Secretary Gill also described why his new

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AboutBreaking NewsMaryland Living

Baltimore’s business community is coming together as one. During this time of recovery, what the city needs most is help—and it is up to local residents, businesses, and non-profits to help put Baltimore back on its feet. The Office of Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, Baltimore

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