DBED’s Brief Economic Facts on Maryland’s 23 Counties

The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) has recently published the 2015 reports of Brief Economic Facts for Maryland’s 23 counties, Baltimore City and the state.

According to MD BIZ News,

Data includes major employers, wages, population, climate and more.

At no costs to jurisdictions, the reports supplement marketing materials and publicize each area’s economic strengths. Brief Economic Facts reports often play a central role on county economic development websites and are widely utilized by site selectors.

“Our office uses the Brief Economic Facts report as a valuable marketing tool to prospective businesses, start-ups, and those evaluating relocation. This detailed county snapshot highlights the economic benefits of working and living here,” said Keasha Haythe, Director of the Dorchester County Economic Development Office.

For example,

Did you know that Talbot County is surrounded by more than 600 miles of shoreline, or that Montgomery County is home to more than 250 biotech companies? Each Maryland county contributes unique resources to the State’s overall business climate and quality of life.

You can find similar facts and more in DBED’s reports.