Be Green Hub

Bethesda Green’s incubator program started in 2009 as the first sustainability-focused incubator in the Washington, DC region, under the umbrella of Bethesda Green, a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded by local entrepreneur, Honest Tea’s Seth Goldman, and Montgomery County council member George Leventhal. The incubator has worked with over 46 companies and non-profit organizations, of which over…

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Emerging Technology Centers (ETC)

The Emerging Technology Centers (ETC), a venture of the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC), is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation operating as a technology business incubator. ETC works with early stage Baltimore-based technology entrepreneurs to help them move their businesses ahead farther and faster than they could on their own. Beginning in 1999, ETC has assisted…

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Energetics Technology Center

TechFire is Southern Maryland’s technology business incubation system designed to decrease technical and business risk for high-tech companies. TechFire is a hybrid model created from the best practices of several successful Maryland and national technology business incubation systems. We inspire smart and sustainable Southern Maryland business diversity, through expertise in coaching and mentoring, built upon…

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Garrett Information Enterprise Center

Located on the campus of Garrett College and funded by grants from the Appalachian Regional Commission, Economic Development Administration, the State of Maryland and Garrett County, the GIEC opened its doors in June 2002 to six tenants. The goal of Garrett County leaders is to increase new firms’ chances of survival during the early, risky…

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Bowie Business Innovation Center

The City of Bowie and Bowie State University (BSU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the Bowie Business Innovation Center (Bowie BIC) as a business incubation program at the Center for Business at Bowie State University. BSU is part of the 13-member University System of Maryland and the Bowie BIC is the first Maryland…

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