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COLUMBIA, MD – The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) Board of Directors today unanimously approved the naming of Lawrence F. Twele as Acting President and CEO of the HCEDA.
Columbia, Maryland – IMPAQ International, LLC, a premier research, evaluation and technical assistance firm based in Columbia, Maryland, announced today that it has been selected by Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) to perform a comprehensive analysis of all HCPSS data systems.
COLUMBIA, MD – When 11-year-old Krissa Hillman started making cupcakes in her Savage, Md., kitchen, it wasn’t because she couldn’t get enough of spongy sweetness and creamy vanilla frosting. Rather, it was because the Bollman Bridge Elementary School fifth grader wanted to raise money to help children learn to read.
Baltimore, MD – Lawrence F. Twele, CEcD, CEO and President of the Howard County Economic Development Authority, has been elected President of the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA), the leading organization for economic development professionals.
COLUMBIA, MD - Maryland is first in the nation when it comes to entrepreneurship and innovation, according to a new study, Enterprising States, released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, which shows how states are promoting small business development and free enterprise.
COLUMBIA, MD – Howard County Executive Ken Ulman and Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) CEO Lawrence F. Twele will join officials from Flir Systems as they officially open their new engineering and manufacturing facility in Elkridge.
CAMBRIDGE, MD – Startup Maryland today at the 2013 Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA) Conference announced dates (September 9 – 27) and the rough route for the Pitch Across Maryland 2.0, the second annual state-wide tour and celebration of entrepreneurship and startup companies.
Columbia, MD – Financial Strategist Stewart Gold will discuss the twists, turns, expressways, sink holes and dead ends along the unexpected journey of entrepreneurship during the next Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE) speaker series, Friday, April 26.
Columbia, MD – More than 100 businesses will be visited during the week of May 6 as part of Howard County’s Business Appreciation Week. Business visits are expected to take approximately one hour and will begin at 8 a.m., each day, with the last business visited at 4 p.m. Space is now limited, but businesses interested in participating in Business Appreciation Week should contact the Howard County Economic Development Authority at 410-313-6500.
Columbia, MD – More than 100 businesses will be visited during the week of May 6 as part of Howard County’s Business Appreciation Week – a week set aside annually to show area businesses that they are valued.
Columbia, MD – Spend all winter looking forward to the day you could buy locally grown fruits and vegetables at your area farmers’ market? Well, that day is just about here. The 2013 Farmers’ Market season has been announced.