How TEDCO plans to create a more equitable Maryland technology ecosystem
CEO Troy LeMaile-Stovall said the Maryland Technology Development Corp. will work to ensure more startup founders outside of traditional large research universities are able to benefit from Maryland's growing technology economy.
TEDCO provides funding, resources and connections to early-stage entrepreneurs in Maryland
TEDCO has been helping spur innovation in early-stage technology and life science-based companies in the state of Maryland for over 23 years. TEDCO invests in innovation and entrepreneurship. The organization helps companies by funding early stage “napkin ideas” that come out of the many labs and
Baltimore startup raises $3.5M as it prepares to seek FDA approval for new pneumonia test
Pearl Diagnostics, led by Johns Hopkins University Professor Kieren Marr, plans to use the funding to focus on manufacturing, in preparation for the commercial launch of its urine antigen test for fungal pneumonia. The test is already approved for sale in Europe and the company is currently seeking
TEDCO Invests in Alirtify, a Rural Maryland Pre-Seed Company
TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced today that its Rural Business Innovation Initiative (RBII) made a $25,000 investment in Alirtify, an intelligence-gathering platform based in Frederick, Md.
TEDCO seeks firm to provide recommendations on creating possible $500M fund
The Maryland Technology Development Corp. is searching for a firm to assess Maryland’s current economic development strategy and make recommendations to help shape the creation of a possible $500 million fund.
Maryland Companies Show Advantage of State for Business Growth with Latest News
The Maryland Marketing Partnership, created by Governor Larry Hogan in 2016 to help drive Maryland’s branding and marketing efforts to attract businesses, create jobs, and grow the state’s economy, today shared a summary of the latest news from companies and organizations that are part of the
Baltimore startup gets $2.7M federal grant to develop innovative 3D printing technique
A Baltimore materials company won a $2.7 million U.S. Department of Energy grant to create a new style of ceramic packaging for electronics, an innovation that is designed to improve the performance of electric vehicles and aircraft.