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From HCEDA CEO Larry Twele

We at the Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) are very optimistic about the New Year.

BGE Proposes Testing Microgrids at Two Maryland Locations

Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) is proposing to develop two electric microgrids — one in Baltimore City and one in Howard County — as part of a pilot program to test the microgrid concept.

Bikram Yoga Promotes the Mind-Body Connection

With studios in Annapolis, Severna Park and Crofton, Bikram Yoga has been helping ever-increasing numbers of area residents grow stronger, physically and mentally.

Q&A With kloudtrack President & CEO Mike Binko

Mike Binko is president/CEO of and a member of the board of directors for kloudtrack, an Annapolis-based provider of cloud-based governance, risk and compliance (GRC) data, and process management technologies and solution services.

AACC’s Programs Meet Regional Economic Needs

Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is expanding partnerships with industry organizations, business groups, government agencies and high schools to create pipelines of workers to meet the needs of this region’s economy.

Howard County: A Message From County Executive Allan Kittleman

It’s amazing how time flies. I recall my swearing in as Howard County executive like it was yesterday. And now, we’ve completed the first year of my administration. We’ve made tremendous progress and have had many successes.

Cyber, Financial Concerns Taking Note of Howard County

Financial institutions and investors from around the country this past year have identified Howard County as a prime location for growth in the cybersecurity market, investing millions of dollars in funding two of the region’s largest cybersecurity firms.

DBED Announces Third Annual InvestMaryland Challenge

More than 200 startup companies will compete in the third annual InvestMaryland Challenge, Maryland’s international business competition, the Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) has announced.

Arts = Business

According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and Americans for the Arts, arts organizations, and the creative people they employ, stimulate innovation, strengthen our nation’s competitiveness in the global marketplace and play an important role in building and sustaining economic vibrancy.

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