Montgomery County leadership has announced a new program to help small businesses and boost startups.
From Bethesda Magazine:
The Business Connect program — which will offer free training, workshops and individual counseling sessions — was announced by County Executive Marc Elrich as part of his efforts to diversify economic development.
The first program will be based in Germantown’s regional service center and Elrich said the plan is to expand to the program to the service centers throughout the county by next year. Business Connect is managed by the Montgomery County Business Solutions Group, which falls under the county’s Business Portal.
The article notes that the hub is part of County Executive Elrich’s efforts to engage and improve the small business environment in the county through his “4Business: Benchmarking to Be the Best for Business” initiative.
Read Bethesda Magazine to learn more.