According to the latest County Profile, Frederick County’s unemployment has dropped and jobs have grown by 1.9% over last year.
Thanks to Fast Track permitting, and the collaborative approach of Frederick County agencies, Emmes moved from pre-submittal to permits-in-hand in just six weeks and are on track to occupy their space less than four months later. The company will open their doors at 5280 Corporate Drive this spring, bringing 100 new jobs to Frederick over the next few years.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development has partnered for the first time with Grow & Fortify to offer startup seminars to Frederick County for the winery, brewery and distillery industries.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development announces that Heather Gramm has joined the office as Assistant Director. Ms. Gramm, a Certified Economic Developer, brings 15 years of economic development experience to the organization, most recently as the Director of Regional Growth and Retention for the Maryland Department of Commerce.
Great things are brewing in Frederick County as we lead the state in the craft beverage industry,” said County Executive Jan Gardner.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development has announced a new initiative to help develop and grow current and future minority business leaders in Frederick County. The Frederick County Future Minority Business Leaders program will begin on March 17, 2017 and sessions covered will include a variety of topics such as: leadership traits, funding sources, marketing, hiring issues, making connections in the community and more.
Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries Brochure Wins State Award for Best Printed Promotional Material
Visit Frederick received the 2016 award for “Best Printed Promotional Material” at the Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit. The