Cecil County’s economic development office has formed an advisory committee tasked with developing a dedicated space for local entrepreneurs.
According to an article from the Cecil Whig:
Cecil County may be on its way to establishing an incubator program that would support and encourage entrepreneurship at the grassroots level, officials told county council members Tuesday morning.
“The incubator program could begin this year,” said Cecil County Director of Economic Development Lisa Webb.
Members of the new advisory panel are: Webb, Cecil College President Mary Way Bolt, Pat Swoboda of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Frank Cardo of Cecil County Public Schools and Neil Davis of TEDCO, a technology development corporation created by the Maryland General Assembly in 1998.
The entire incubator initiative began about four years ago with volunteer leadership provided by the technology subcommittee of the county’s Economic Development Commission (EDC).
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