Karin Tome used the time after her tenure as Mayor of the City of Brunswick, to jump head first into learning how to run a business – and there was no question in her mind as to where she was going to open it.
4th Quarter Data Shows Impressive 2016-2017 Growth
Frederick area businesses were recognized at the Annual Best Places to Work awards program at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Md., on July 26.
Homegrown Frederick magazine, Homegrown Hay Days, a regional agriculture education event and a new agriculture grant are all projects that the Frederick County Office of Economic Development’s agriculture business development team have been working on to grow the Homegrown Frederick brand and preserve the rich agriculture heritage of Frederick County.
The Town of New Market has been busy positioning their Main Street and historic district with economic development programs to continue to encourage business growth and enhance tourism.
Frederick's Top 50 Businesses is an inaugural, metrics-driven list of businesses who have the largest potential to contribute to Frederick's vibrant economy.
Recycling is one of the most easily implemented and publicly visible sustainable practice that any business, large or small, can implement.