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The Worcester County Commissioners announce the appointment of Merry Mears as the new Worcester County Economic Development (WCED) director. She stepped into her new role October 21, 2015.

Jill Horner speaks with Meredith Mears, Deputy Director of the Worcester County Economic Development, about the upcoming projects such as, the Excursion Train Project, Sports Arena, the Economic Development in the Town of Snow Hill, and the Worcester County Small Business Technology Incubator.

Elena Russo speaks with Merry Mears, Deputy Director of Worcester County Economic Development, about the Worcester County Economic Development Summit being held on December 10.

Berlin, MD – The latest figures from the Coastal Association of REALTORS® (CAR) reflects great news for the local industry – sales are up in all three counties on the Lower Shore.

Information on a new money fund, traditional loans, and other financing options. Meet one-on-one with loan experts to discuss your business financing goals and objectives. EVENT SCHEDULE NETWORKING (lite fare/continental breakfast) MCBIF PRESENTATION WITH Q&A

Enter to win $25,000 cash prize PLUS Go on to the Semi-Finals of InvestMaryland Challenge. Deadline: Friday, October 24, 2014

OCEAN CITY - Area business owners and would-be entrepreneurs are cordially invited to join the Start-Up Maryland Entrepreneur Pitch Bus for its visit to Ocean City on Monday, September 15, at 9 a.m. at the Boardwalk Arch on Division Street.

Are you interested in learning how shared entrepreneurship has become the competitive advantage of the global and domestic marketplace and how your company can become one that practices continuous innovation? If yes, attend this workshop.

OCEAN CITY – The SBA 504 program has made a significant impact in small business financing, but some lenders, borrowers, and others in the real estate industry may still have questions on how to make the most out of the program for fixed asset financing.

ASSATEAGUE — A National Parks Service report released this week revealed Assateague Island National Seashore creates over $86 million annually in direct and indirect spending and supports over 1,000 jobs locally.

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