Catch up on the latest Maryland business news.
Maryland business successes:
- Congratulations to the12 finalists remaining in the 2015 InvestMaryland Challenge! These promising early-stage companies will compete for $100,000 grand prizes in four categories. Learn more on MDBIZ News.
- Baltimore edtech startup Common Curriculum is makingnote-sharing easier than ever for teachers. Technical.ly Baltimore explains the company's mission and growth.
- A new app developed byMarylandhealth IT startup Emocha Mobile Health Inc. could helpprevent health workers from spreading Ebolaupon returning to the United States, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.
- Congrats to Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery on making the list of thetop 50 craft brewing companies in the nationthe only Maryland-based brewery named. Find the full list from the Brewers Association.
- Maryland's largest technology trade association announced the finalists for its 27th Annual Industry Awards, recognizinglocal achievements with the potential to make a global impact. Find the full list on Business Wire.
Maryland business resources:
- Thereturn of Maryland's farmers markets iswelcome newsfor lovers of fresh produce, but it's also a boon to local economies. Learn more about they help entrepreneurs get started on MDBIZ News.
- March was a busy four weeks for theMaryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), especially within theOffice of International Investment and Trade. MDBIZ Newsrounds up DBED's efforts atpromoting global business opportunities in Maryland.
- For the fourth consecutive year, DBED will lead the CyberMaryland delegation at RSA 2015, thenation's premier information security conference. MDBIZ News details Maryland's upcoming contributions to the event.
- Despite facinggreat challenges on the battlefield, many veterans return home to find a new struggle forwell-paying jobs and financial security. DBEDsupports a number of programs and resourcesdesigned to assist veterans and alsoencourages businesses to employveterans. Learn more on MDBIZ News.
- What would it will take toget your design out of the garage and into the market? Find details on how theWashington County Department of Business Developmentcan help on MDBIZ News.
- More than 400 leaders from life sciences companies, academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, investment funds and government entities across Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. convened for thefirst-everMaryland Regional Biotech Forumthis week. Read more about thefuture of Maryland's biotech communityin the Washington Business Journal.
- "In just a few short weeks when the legislative session ends, I'm out of here," DBED Secretary Mike Gill said in a recent video. "I'm out in the field. I'm out in the counties." Find the entire clip and additional details on The Daily Record.