Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute

Mtech partners with organizations dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship education, technology venture creation, and technology-based economic growth in Maryland.

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The Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development''s mission is simple: to attract new businesses, stimulate private investment and create jobs, encourage the expansion and retention of existing companies and provide businesses in Maryland with workforce training and financial assistance. The department promotes the state's many economic advantages and markets local products and services at home and abroad to spur development, international trade and tourism. Because they are a major economic generator for the state, the department also supports the arts, film production, sports and other special events.

The department continues to build on the state's prosperity by promoting its positive business climate and outstanding quality of life. In addition, DBED will ensure that all areas of the state share equally in its prosperity and will continue to promote Maryland as a leader in the New Economy.


 

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The Greater Baltimore Technology Council is devoted to one goal: building and growing the region's tech community. We ask tech companies what they need to grow and provide it through innovative programs. We create forums where organizations can meet, learn and do business. And we celebrate the community's successes, spreading the word that technology businesses thrive here. A nonprofit organization, the GBTC is possible because of grants from the Abell Foundation and the Maryland Department of Business an Economic Development.


NVTC

The Entrepreneur Center@NVTC is a resource hub for technology-focused start-ups and entrepreneurs at every stage of their lifecycle. The Entrepreneur Center fosters entrepreneurship in students, mentors the first-time entrepreneur, advises and supports the experienced entrepreneur, and facilitates strategic business relationships in the technology community For more information or to connect with resources at The Entrepreneur Center visit http://tec.nvtc.org


FLC MAR logoThe Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLS) Mid-Atlantic Region links you to Federal technology, technical expertise and R&D assets. By using the contacts you make with us, you can license technology, form R&D partnerships, access scientific knowledge and learn how to access Federal R&D physical assets. We provide gateway services, networking opportunities, conferences, publications, training and technology finder assistance across all the Federal agencies.


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The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area is a powerful force for the advancement of higher education in and around the nation's capital. Comprised of twelve universities and two colleges, the Consortium provides 130,000 students with opportunities to benefit from the combined resources of its members. The Consortium's record of public service is augmented by its impressive history of working with the area's government, business, school and community leaders to improve educational opportunities for all.


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The BioMaryland Center, an office within Maryland's Department of Business and Economic Development, connects life sciences companies, academic and federal researchers with each other and with potential capital sources, partners, clients, and other resources.

Center staff provide information regarding funding and other resources, business plan feedback, access to market research, advocacy, and other industry support. The BioMaryland Center also promotes the State's life sciences industry domestically and abroad.


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The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington-Baltimore is a The Tech Council of Maryland (TCM) is Maryland's largest technology trade association which brings its 500 plus members access to technology industry leaders in Maryland, DC and Virginia. TCM has two divisions which provide valuable resources and benefits to help businesses succeed. The MdTech serves the advanced technology community and MdBio serves the Maryland biotechnology community.


The Supply Chain Management Center sees as its mission the continued integration of the leading edge business practices and technologies of the real-time supply chain into the undergraduate and graduate programs in Supply Chain Management at the Smith School. Furthermore, SCMC is committed to a research agenda in the newly emerging areas in the field. This leading edge research will provide a continuous flow of new information that will be introduced in the curriculum in order to ensure that the Supply Chain Management graduates have the latest information in the field as they transition into the workforce. SCMC has emphasized the dissemination of its research work in a series of published books and academic research articles. These dissemination activities are an integral component of the center’s mission. Finally, SCMC has a major goal of providing executive education in this field through a variety of credit and non-credit learning sessions. SCMC has the capability of delivering content all the way from a series of short-courses to full-fledged academic programs in the field of supply chain management. These content units emphasize hands-on learning experiences with production-level software applications in addition to business simulations.


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The Tech Council of Maryland (TCM) is Maryland's largest technology trade association which brings its 500 plus members access to technology industry leaders in Maryland, DC and Virginia. TCM has two divisions which provide valuable resources and benefits to help businesses succeed. The MdTech serves the advanced technology community and MdBio serves the Maryland biotechnology community.

TCM helps the region's technology organizations grow through its membership and activities such as networking events, cost saving programs, and advocacy initiatives. TCM is the preeminent technology professional association for you! Our mission is to promote the technology industry and to create an environment where technology companies can collaborate, grow and succeed.


GBC logoFor more than five decades the Greater Baltimore Committee, the region’s premier organization of business and civic leaders, has focused the resources of its broad membership on the key issues relating to business climate and quality of life in the Greater Baltimore region.

The GBC was organized on January 5, 1955 as an action committee designed to mobilize the commercial, industrial and professional leadership of Baltimore to bring about tangible and rapid improvements in the community.

 

 


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