The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) announced the HoCo Higher: Accelerator Business program in partnership with M&T Bank. The program will teach early-stage and historically under-served entrepreneurs the essentials of business planning, operations, credit building, digital communication and financial management. Top business mentors, coaches and subject matter experts will lead the intensive 10-week boot […]
The Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. (AAEDC) has launched the Inclusive Ventures Program (IVP). The goal of the IVP is to help small, minority, women- and veteran-owned businesses in the county by offering a menu of resources including education, access to capital and mentorship. Business owners must apply to the IVP, which has a limit […]
Debbi Mack’s first novel, Identity Crisis, hit the New York Times e-book bestseller list in 2011 and is the first in the Sam McRae Mystery series.
Thanks to a competitive global environment, innovation has become a centerpiece of corporate strategy.
The Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship (MCE), an initiative of the Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA), has announced the launch of a 14-part podcast series focused on entrepreneurship and business.
So, your “baby” is off to college. Congratulations. Pretty soon, you’ll be busy helping him or her shop for the typical college essentials like textbooks, shower caddies, Ramen noodles and dorm room furniture.
Ellicott City Woman Named No. 1 Elite Executive National Sales Director Ellicott City’s Gloria Mayfield Banks has made history in the beauty and direct sales industry by being named No. 1 in sales of Mary Kay Cosmetics. Banks is the first African-American woman in the company’s 53-year history to hold this title. Since joining Mary […]
The blood flowing through Tina Corner’s veins has always been infused with the spirit of an entrepreneur, even though she tried to deny it for many years.
The tried and true path of traditional marketing strategies still works. For many advertisers it’s a comfortable fit, both familiar and fairly predictable.
In response to growing employment costs and pressures on price in a very competitive marketplace, more and more businesses in the service sector are calling upon independent contractors for core duties.