Neighborhood BusinessWorks: Creating Economic Development Opportunities Across Maryland

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MEDA is pleased to partner with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development to share with its members information on how to inspire innovation and enrich their communities utilizing the Department’s Neighborhood BusinessWorks program to support new and growing businesses.

For nearly 25 years, the Neighborhood BusinessWorks program has provided over $100 million to support more than 700 projects and create over 13,500 jobs. Leveraging almost half a billion dollars in private investment, Neighborhood BusinessWorks can help your development deals access more capital investment from private lenders.

Neighborhood BusinessWorks is looking to finance $50 million a year in support to Maryland’s small businesses – come learn more about securing financing to complete your economic development projects!

Making Neighborhood Business Work!

Union Collective
1700 W. 41st Street
Baltimore, MD 21211

See it before it officially opens to the public! Union Collective, financed with Neighborhood BusinessWorks, is a 138,000 sq ft former Sears warehouse that is the future home for manufacturing and creative businesses anchored by favorite beermakers UNION Craft Brewing.

Speakers include: Aisha Taylor and Colleen Cord-Malone, Neighborhood BusinessWorks; Adam Benesch, Union Craft Brewing/Union Collective; Jon Constable, Seawall Development and Kevin Atticks, Grow & Fortify

SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER TODAY!

MEDA members $25 – Non-members $50

Registration is available below, lunch & tour will be provided.

 

 

 

When

June 15 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Where

Union Collective
1700 W. 41st Street
Baltimore, MD 21211

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