Maryland Business Pulse – Inc 5000 Names Maryland’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2019

A Message from Kelly

I recently spoke with Maryland’s Daily Record for its “Path to Excellence: A Woman’s Guide to Business” magazine. It’s been exciting to learn about all the different resources available to businesses in the state, and especially, why Maryland is a great place for women entrepreneurs.

 

 

 

Inc. 5000 Names Maryland’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2019

A total of 130 Maryland businesses have been named among the fastest-growing companies in the country, according to the latest Inc. 5000 rankings. The recent announcement, which includes industries ranging from human resources to IT management, features 21 local companies named among the top 500 in the nation. Read More>

Stripe Inc. Plans New Company and 200 Jobs in Baltimore

Baltimore City’s McHenry Row community is gaining a new technical support center and 200 full-time jobs thanks to San Francisco-based business Stripe Inc. Helm, Stripe’s new customer service subsidiary company, will be located at a 42,000-square-foot facility at 1215 East Fort Avenue, where it will provide software development and technical support for Stripe customers. Read More>

$700 Million Mixed-Use Project on 650 Acres Proposed in Cecil County

A massive mixed-use project on 650 acres near the Maryland-Delaware line was unveiled Wednesday in this tiny, historic town as the ongoing roar of development in Cecil County continues. Plans for the $700 million Southfields of Elkton include a 250-acre industrial park by developer Trammell Crow, 1,000 residential units and about 250,000 square feet of commercial and retail. Read More>

Baltimore County Lands Maryland’s First Offshore Wind Center

The transformation of Sparrows Point continues, with the state’s first offshore wind energy center officially locating in Baltimore County. Read More>

Lurn Fosters a Community of Entrepreneurs

When one University of Maryland graduate realized there weren’t enough resources for young entrepreneurs like himself, he took matters into his own hands. Read More>

Eastern Shore Businesses Team Up to Expand This Summer

Three Eastern Shore business leaders are teaming up and moving into a 16,000 square-foot shared space in the Gateway to Easton development this summer.Read More>

Coming Soon to the Port of Baltimore: Faster-Moving Freight

Thanks to a U.S. Department of Transportation grant, the dream of expanding the Howard Street Tunnel will become reality, and cargo can move more quickly from the Port of Baltimore to its next destination. Read More>