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VitusVet, is relocating from the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE) into the future location of the Howard County Innovation Center, inside the Columbia Gateway Innovation District. The company has resided in the MCE since May 2015 and expanded into a new space following a period of rapid growth.
Tenable™, Inc., one of the nation’s fastest-growing cybersecurity software companies, is planning a major expansion at its corporate headquarters in Howard County to accommodate its rapid growth. The company plans to occupy 150,000 square feet of Class A office space at the Crescent Development, located on Little Patuxent and Broken Land Parkways in downtown Columbia, move-in ready by the second half of 2019. This expansion would add hundreds of full-time employees to Tenable’s existing workforce over the next few years.
Zentail, an e-commerce insights platform, has graduated from the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE) into their own office space in Columbia on Alexander Bell Drive.
Howard County Economic Development officials and County Executive Allan H. Kittleman wrapped up a successful trade mission to Europe on Friday, securing another deal by reaching an agreement with Fraunhofer, headquartered in Munich, Germany.
The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) and Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman joined BTS Bioenergy officials in Verona, Italy today to announce the establishment of the company’s North American headquarters and the planned development of two bio-digestion recycling facilities in Howard County.
TeamWorx Security, a software development company, has relocated to the Howard County Economic Development Authority’s (HCEDA) business incubator, the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE).
Two staff members from the Howard County Economic Development Authority’s Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship have received the Advocate/Supporter award for SCORE, Counsellors to America’s Small Businesses. Rita Anderson and Deborah Leake were this year’s winning nominations for demonstrating consistent and outstanding leadership to the Howard County community through their invaluable support to clients.
The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) was awarded a Silver Award at the 2017 International Economic Development Councils (IEDC) Annual Awards for their role in the Ellicott City Flash Flood Response and Recovery.
In response to the continued growth of Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE) resident Vheda Health, the company has moved into a new larger space in Columbia.
The Columbia Village Centers Retail Development Program is being implemented to strengthen the village centers as retailing and community gathering destinations, and will assist small business retailers with technical resources to help ensure their success.