WalletHub recently analyzed innovation nationwide to compile a list of the Most Innovative States. Maryland ranks second among the 50 states and Washington D.C. in WalletHub’s report, reinforcing what many in Maryland already know: Innovation thrives here. Here are five reasons why innovation flourishes in Maryland. 1. Workforce Maryland has
1. Location Maryland’s central location on the East Coast puts endless opportunity within reach of all Marylanders. Daytrips to Washington D.C., weekends at the beach or in the mountains…it’s all attainable when you live in Maryland. In addition, Maryland’s convenient and connected airports and rail systems make travel easy. 2.
This year brought some exciting moments for Maryland. Throughout 2016, the Maryland Department of Commerce continually celebrated companies announcing expansions in Maryland. Commerce also celebrated workforce and job successes, such as statewide growth in manufacturing, and impressive job creation and retention. Day in and day out, Commerce representatives visited businesses
In our first two blog posts in our Success in Maryland series, we highlighted two components of success that are incredibly helpful for business— workforce and location. But Success in Maryland isn’t solely about business, it’s about quality of life, too. Today, we recap what several company representatives have told
Recently, we highlighted how Maryland’s workforce contributes to business success at companies around the state. Today in our Success in Maryland series, we’re talking location. Neighboring Washington D.C., and centrally located on the East Coast, Maryland’s location is ideal for business. Here’s what we heard when we asked companies about
Here at Commerce, we’re always talking with representatives from Maryland businesses. Recently, we spoke with several business owners and executives about success, specifically asking how their companies are finding success in Maryland. We regularly tout Maryland’s location, workforce and quality of life as components that help Maryland companies succeed. When