In conjunction with the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and other agencies that assist disabled members of communities across Maryland
After completing his second term as Howard County executive, but ending up on the losing side in the 2014 Maryland gubernatorial race, Ken Ulman had reached a bit of a crossroads.
With a new year upon us, I am very optimistic about Anne Arundel County’s business climate and the continued progress of major economic development projects.
This past year was a record-breaking year for BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, which included increased traffic at the airport and continued its expansion plans.
Funding can be a challenge for small businesses, but thanks to the Howard County Economic Development Authority’s (HCEDA) Catalyst Loan Fund (CLF), there are options available to help them get off of the ground and grow.
With 3-D printing leading toward direct digital manufacturing and a possible market revolution in terms of cost effectiveness, the timing is perfect for an inexpensive 3-D printer designed for personal use.
Cranes are again visible over the Odenton Town Center — but, finally, the development is in the central area known as the Core.
The effort to raise $1.8 million for expansion and upgrades at the Howard Conservancy (see The Business Monthly, March 2016) is nearly complete and, with a little luck, the Woodstock-based nonprofit will garner the last $100,000 needed by spring, when the nature center is expected to re-open.
It is truly an honor to be back at the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. (AAEDC).
Since Dankmeyer was founded 60 years ago, the company has been offering comprehensive and custom orthotic and prosthetic solutions for improving the quality of life of patients.