County Executive Jan Gardner today announced an exciting branding name and slogan for the new Business & Technology Cultivation Center at 118 N. Market St. in Frederick that will help in fulfilling her vision to create jobs and encourage new business startups in Frederick County.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) released their 2016 Annual Report today. Reflecting on strong economic growth for 2016, the report highlights the Top 5 Economic Development Accomplishments, Major Locations and Expansions, Economic Data Indicators and the Year in Review.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) announces that Director Helen Propheter is celebrating 25 years with Frederick County Government.
A new name for the building, executed leases and a new face to greet you when you come see us, all of this is currently in the works at 118 N. Market Street.
The Frederick County Future Minority Business Leaders Program recently welcomed the inaugural class in March 2017.
Nominations are now open to all Frederick County businesses to enter for the Frederick County Best Places to Work Awards. Companies can be considered by completing an online nomination form: http://bit.ly/bestplaces2017.
Frederick County’s commercial real estate industry was honored at the inaugural Frederick Real Estate Dealmakers (FRED) Awards.
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.