Frederick County Graduates First Future Minority Business Leaders Class
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) announces the graduation of the inaugural class of future minority business leaders who participated in the 8-month long Future Minority Business Leaders program.
Family Festival @ the Farm – Self-Guided Farm Tour Set for October 21st and 22nd
The 2017 Family Festival @ the Farm will be held Saturday October 21st and Sunday October 22nd at 18 farms around Frederick County.
Sherman Coleman – OED’s Small and Minority Business Champion
An Employee Profile for OED's Sherman Coleman
STRT1UP Road Show Brings Pitch Bus to Frederick County for Entrepreneur Competition
The STRT1UP Road Show will make its way through Frederick County on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 as part of a yearlong “Pitch Across Maryland” entrepreneurship celebration.
Frederick County Leads Craft Beverages at Summer MACo Conference
At a celebration of Maryland’s counties, Frederick County took center stage as a leader, particularly in craft beverages.
From Facts and Figures to Social Media, Events and Main Street: Sandy Wagerman, OED's Business Development Analyst
An Employee Profile on OED's Sandy Wagerman
FITCI Technology Showcase to Be Held September 6
Guest blogger Amanda Johnston of the Fort Detrick Alliance will partner with FITCI on September 6 for its 9th Annual FITCI Technology Showcase.
Homegrown Frederick, Wineries, Breweries & Distilleries Showcase at The Great Frederick Fair
Frederick County Office of Economic Development, Visit Frederick and Frederick Magazine have partnered to create the Homegrown Frederick Wineries, Breweries & Distilleries Showcase at The Great Frederick Fair, September 15 – 23.
Tourism Growth Helps Boost Frederick County's Economy
Tourism is an important and fast growing industry in Frederick County.
Frederick County Projected to Have Highest Long-Term Job Growth in State
Projections by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation show Frederick County jobs growing by 9.2 percent, or 9,375 jobs through 2024.