by Leah Michaels Manufacturing has been a part of Maryland’s economic engine for centuries, and many Maryland companies have been part of that engine for hundreds of years. One such company, W.R. Grace (NYSE:GRA), a global company that specializes in chemicals and materials, has been a member of the Maryland
by Leah Michaels This month, MDBizMedia talks with Marylanders about lessons learned from odd summer jobs. MDBizMedia sat down Sean McEvoy, DBED’s Director of the Office of Small Business, who spent his summers working on Park Avenue in New York City. McEvoy learned that it’s sometimes a dirty job working as
by Joyce Takeno, Department of Business & Economic Development What do Hagerstown Community College, Dartmouth College and Princeton University have in common? (Hint: One of them is not in the Ivy League.) They have all been designated National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance, comprising fewer than 150 higher
The Maryland Chamber on Understanding the Purpose of Chambers of Commerce by Kathleen Snyder, President & CEO, Maryland Chamber of Commerce Helping Maryland become more business friendly is a major objective of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. By connecting our members to other businesses throughout the State, we can broaden
by Laura Neuman, CEO, Howard County Economic Development Authority, and Entrepreneur Now is the time! Maryland has long been known as a great place to do business, especially if you have been doing business with the federal government. But if recent economic data are any indication, it’s high time we
by Leah Michaels This month MDBizMedia talks with prominent Marylanders about their lessons learned from odd summer jobs. MDBizMedia sat down John Marsh, DBED’s Interactive Director, who learned that valuable items don’t always belong in the trash. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hWutvluOBM] Think you had an odd summer job? Share your story!