The Maryland Tech Council will expand offices to Frederick County in order to serve the growing needs of its members.
Maryland Tech Council is developing a workforce coalition in Frederick County designed to tackle the issue of human capital. Marty Rosendale, CEO of Maryland Tech Council, says the expansion is very strategic and that Frederick is experiencing an abundant amount of growth in biomanufacturing.
From Business Wire:
“We’re thrilled that the Maryland Tech Council is expanding to Frederick County,” said Frederick Economic Development Director Helen Propheter. “We’ve had a long and mutually supportive relationship with MTC for more than 10 years and believe this expansion will provide us with even more opportunities to partner. Frederick County has one of the fastest growing economies in the state, and life sciences and technology are our leading industries. This expansion by MTC will benefit our local businesses by allowing industry leaders to have face-to-face discussions with the council to propel initiatives forward. We welcome the MTC team and look forward to an even stronger relationship in the years to come.”
For more information: mdtechcouncil.com.