• MEDA Annual Conference

    Economic Development: an Investment in the Future

    April 26-28, 2015
  • Economic Development… Transforms Lives

  • Becoming a MEDA Member

    MEDA Membership Committee

    MEDA members work throughout the state and share the common goal of improving Maryland's business climate.
  • January 15, 2015

    MEDA Winter Conference: 2015 Legislative Outlook

  • Oct 26 – Oct 31

    Economic Development Week Highlights

    Showcasing the investment in partnerships that strengthen our competitiveness.
  • Baltimore, Maryland

    Chesapeake Basic Economic Development Course

    July 27-30, 2015 The Chesapeake Basic Economic Development Course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of economic development. The course is designed to prepare participants for the challenges they face in the practice of developing communities.
  • MEDA Awards

    The MEDA Awards, sponsored by Miles & Stockbridge P.C., recognize the people, programs, and projects bringing economic prosperity to Maryland.

The Cordish Companies are one of the largest and oldest privately-held real estate development and operating companies in the United States. The Cordish Companies are widely recognized as one of the leaders nationally in the development of commercial real estate and entertainment districts as well as the operation of entertainment venues, restaurants, live performance venues…

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SAVE THE DATE: April 24, 2015 Talbot County Economic Development Commission and Talbot County Office of Economic Development Cordially Invite You To The 7th Annual Business Appreciation & Awards Breakfast Recognizing Businesses for Outstanding Innovation, Investment and Growth Friday, April 24, 2015 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Additional details to follow soon…

Economic Development: an Investment in the Future It has been said that economic development is the most important non-mandated function government can provide. It has the power to change a neighborhood, a region, and even the world. And while most understand that a healthy local economy is desirable, little is understood about economic development as…

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