by Christine Hansen Laura Neuman, Howard County’s new Economic Development head, has big plans for the county. As the first woman to be named head of the economic development board, she plans to make Howard County an entrepreneurial and technology based county. Selected over 70 applicants and appointed by County
GBC Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Plan to Redevelop Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia The state’s number one attraction in Baltimore may get a face lift if city and state officials sign on to the Greater Baltimore Committee’s plans to redevelop the Inner Harbor. The plans, unveiled last week
The United States Conference of Mayors will hold annual meeting at Convention Center By: Margaret Perry Baltimore will be the host city to the 79th annual meeting of The United States Conference of Mayors later this month, drawing in hundreds of mayors and their families to the city. “It is
By: Margaret Perry for MDBizMedia Maryland-based Elite Tournaments will be running a youth soccer tournament in Columbia this weekend, which is expected to bring in close to $4 million in revenue for Howard County. The Mt. Airy based company, which recently announced a partnership with the National Soccer Coaches Association
by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia Maryland’s sailing ambassador, Pride of Baltimore II, will embark on a five month voyage to the East Coast, Canada and Great Lakes ports, stopping at over 25 ports promoting Maryland’s important contributions to the War of 1812 and the penning of the Star Spangled Banner.
by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia Like many states across the country, Maryland recognizes that in order to compete and succeed in the global economy, it has to attract global talent, grow organically, invest in high performing companies and provide the necessary infrastructure for growth. But developing a strategy on how