The healthcare industry opened the door for digital tools like never before in 2020. Baltimore’s b.well Connected Health was ready to greet it.
Columbia-based cybersecurity company Attila Security has been acquired by ID Technologies in a move designed to grow the Ashburn, Virginia company’s footprint near Fort Meade, and expand the market share for both companies in providing secure remote access for the national security space.
Jeff Cherry has long wanted to scale the capacity and impact of his Baltimore-based startup accelerator. The pandemic hastened those plans and forced Conscious Venture Lab to find a way to serve dozens more socially conscious companies a year.
Career paths often involve different types of roles with lots of skillsets learned, but it’s nice when a new job brings together those disparate experiences in one.
Baltimore’s Fearless has been awarded a new contract with a federal agency that it says could create “dozens” of new jobs at the software firm.
In CNBC’s annual ranking of best states for business, Maryland was is a noted mover.
As the economy begins to transition from pandemic to recovery, venture capital funding is only going up from its 2020 highs. While the Baltimore region didn’t quite see the highs in the second quarter of the year that it did in the first, it’s still trending up.
TEDCO, Maryland’s state-backed agency that provides early-stage tech funding and support, has kicked off July by with a series of funding awards for startups with a rural focus. Through the Rural Business Innovation Initiative (RBII) and the Agriculture and Rural Rebuild (ARR) Challenge nine ventures received funding.
An initiative formed by local businesses and universities to advance the D.C. region’s tech talent is launching a scholarship fund to help students from underrepresented backgrounds gain digital skills.