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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.

OCEAN CITY — It was announced this week the movie “Ping Pong Summer,” filmed in Ocean City in 2012 and premiered at Sundance Film Festival a few weeks ago, has been acquired by Gravitas Ventures, which will release the film to theaters and on Video On Demand (VOD) by early summer.

Maryland officials should get more economic bang from the Wallops Flight Facility — just over the line in Virginia — by capitalizing on space tourism and the potential from unmanned aircraft, according to a new study.

Business is booming in Chincoteague, Va., as NASA prepares to launch a supply rocket from the quiet vacation town. Chip Reid reports.

Berlin is in the running to become “America’s Coolest Small Town” with a third-place finish in the initial round of the Budget Travel contest.

Maryland’s move into casino gambling has allowed Anne Arundel County’s economic development organization to make a bet on Beau Portillo.

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