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Posts Tagged ‘economic development’

RedOwl Analytics: Doing the Things that Work, July 11th, 2014

This week I visited RedOwl Analytics, a homegrown Baltimore company with 25 employees that turns big data into smart solutions for other businesses and organizations. Last year, judges selected RedOwl as the best business in the IT category at Maryland’s 2013 InvestMaryland Challenge, awarding the company $100,000 to help them grow. Here in Maryland we  Read the Rest…

Governor O’Malley Visits VEEP Set, Highlights Maryland Film Tax Credit Expansion, November 18th, 2013

Governor Tours the Veep Set

Governor O’Malley Announces Maryland/Israel Development Partnership, Meets with Palestinian Prime Minister Fayyad, April 28th, 2013

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Wrapping up an eight-day trade mission to Israel and Jordan, Governor Martin O’Malley today announced the launch of the Maryland/Israel Development Partnership to fund joint development efforts by Maryland and Israeli companies working in the cybersecurity and life sciences sectors. Governor O’Malley and Israel Chief Scientist Avi Hasson discussed the partnership, as well  Read the Rest…

SOTU and what we’ve done in Maryland…Part III, February 19th, 2013

When the President delivered his State of the Union this week, he demonstrated bold leadership on finding new and innovative ways to cut waste, increase efficiencies, improve education — from Pre-School to higher education — and create jobs.  The vision the President laid out will move our nation forward. Here in Maryland, we are already  Read the Rest…

Making it easier to do business, January 23rd, 2013

Progress is a choice. Job Creation is a choice. Creating the conditions that allow our businesses to grow and prosper — this too is a choice. In Maryland, we are — according to the US Chamber of Commerce — the #1 state in America for innovation and entrepreneurship. But we know that we can always  Read the Rest…

Statement from Governor Martin O’Malley on His Decision to Reschedule Maryland’s Economic Development Mission to Israel, November 20th, 2012

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Governor Martin O’Malley today released the following statement on his decision to reschedule Maryland’s Economic Development Mission to Israel. The Governor and the Maryland Delegation were scheduled to visit Israel, Jordan and Ramallah next week: “After many days of monitoring the situation in the Middle East, I’ve decided to reschedule Maryland’s Economic  Read the Rest…

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, September 12th, 2012

Baltimore, MD As Prepared for Delivery Thank you President Daniels,…Dean Ferrari, students, faculty, friends, thanks for the opportunity to share some thoughts with you this morning.  We wanted to come here to the Carey School as we launch our “jobs and opportunity tour.” To those of you who are currently pursuing your business degrees, I  Read the Rest…

Governor Martin O’Malley to Lead Economic Development Mission to Israel, September 10th, 2012

Governor announces mission following opening for Israeli company ELTA North America, which will create 100 new jobs in Maryland ANNAPOLIS, MD  – As part of a continuing effort to expand Maryland’s global reach and further strengthen the State’s strong business and cultural ties internationally, Governor Martin O’Malley today announced that he will lead a delegation  Read the Rest…

Regulatory Reform (2012), March 1st, 2012

Following an Executive Order issued in 2011, State agencies conducted a comprehensive review of all regulations to identify those that could be revised, repealed or streamlined to enable economic and job growth.  Thanks to the help of Maryland’s business community and our dedicated citizens, more than 130 regulations were identified for reform.

Family Farm Preservation Act of 2012, March 1st, 2012

Secures a sustainable future for Maryland’s family farms and protects and strengthens Maryland’s agricultural heritage and economy by increasing the exemption for agricultural properties and reducing the current estate tax rate.  Maryland’s economic strength depends on our ability to strengthen, grow, and defend our family farms and family-owned businesses.  This helps secure a more sustainable  Read the Rest…