Find additional coverage, celebrating the State’s industrial heritage and today’s innovators, during Maryland Manufacturing Month. Zentech Manufacturing is no stranger to the ever-changing manufacturing industry in Maryland. The contract electronics manufacturer formed in 1998 and settled its operations in Windsor Mill in Baltimore County, where it still resides today. The
Catch up on the latest Maryland business news. Maryland business successes: During this year’s third quarter, Maryland companies received $89 million in investments from venture capitalists. Nationwide, this ranks the State 8th for number of deals and 13th in dollars invested, according to the Baltimore Sun. Rockville tech company Motionsoft has
The Maryland Venture Fund (MVF) has invested $600,000 in Rockville-based Motionsoft, a leading provider of management software to gyms and fitness clubs. The investment comes as part of a $10 million Series B investment round led by Route 66 Ventures and included Edison Ventures as a co-investor. The State of Maryland’s
Somerset County is expanding broadband service with help from a $65,000 grant from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), Lt. Governor Anthony Brown today announced. The funding, provided by DBED’s Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF), will be used to install fiber optics throughout the
Ever wonder which states are considered the richest or poorest? According to a new report, Maryland is considered one of the top. A new study by WalletHub.com – a social media company aimed at encouraging customers to make smarter financial decisions – has ranked Maryland as the third wealthiest state.
Baltimoreans may once again be seeing stars. Award-winning actors, filmmakers and film crews will soon descend on several locations in and around the Baltimore area to film the Netflix series House of Cards. Originally broadcast by the BBC in 1990, the political thriller starring Kevin Spacey and directed by David