Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics
Profiles

Aviation industry experts warn that a “perfect storm” is coming: a growing industry and an aging workforce is expected to create a shortage of aircraft maintenance technicians – as many as 35,000 of them per year, by some reckonings. Where will the industry find these new technicians? In Maryland, at

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IT and Cybersecurity

Guest feature: Rosa Cruz is the vice president of communications for Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation. Follow AAEDC on Facebook and Twitter. Responding to a need for more effective resources for growing technology companies working in the national security space, Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) has unveiled its Arundel

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ELTA to open cyber center in Maryland
Breaking NewsInformation & TechnologyIT and Cybersecurity

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that ELTA North America, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and support of innovative electronic systems, has selected Maryland for its new Cyber Innovation Center. The announcement follows the May 2017 grand opening of ELTA’s new headquarters in Annapolis Junction, when the company upgraded

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Maryland Crabs
AgricultureEnvironmentalMaryland Living

Guest feature: Julie Oberg is the Communications Director for the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Follow along with MDA @MdAgDept and Maryland’s Best @MdsBest. As summer gets underway, it is time for Marylanders to get reacquainted with one of the state’s most beloved pastimes: enjoying fresh, locally sourced and produced crab

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East Coast Dyes Lacrosse
Profiles

While navigating their way toward accounting careers at Towson University, Mike and Greg Kenneally thought of lacrosse as nothing more than a passion and a hobby. Six years later, the brothers have expanded their high-performance lacrosse equipment company, East Coast Dyes (ECD), exponentially due to its innovative technology and Maryland

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Court Grabbers Maryland FUNDERDOME
EntrepreneursInnovation & Tech

It’s not every day that a Maryland-made product gets its claim to fame on national television. Back in 2010, Steve McLaughlin was attending his son’s basketball practice, watching with a mixture of laughter and concern as the team slid across the court in their brand new basketball shoes. The slippery

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