– Forming Workforce Coalition in Frederick to address issues tied to attracting and retaining human capital
– Coordinating with Universities at Shady Grove to establish its Montgomery County offices
– Launched “We are Here” Campaign to Emphasize Reach and Impact Throughout the State
FREDERICK, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Maryland Tech Council (MTC) announced today it has expanded its offices to Frederick to broaden its reach throughout the State of Maryland and to meet the growing needs of its members. The satellite office will be located at 12 West Church Street. Additionally, MTC is planning a move of its Montgomery County satellite office to the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) in Rockville. MTC will continue to utilize its satellite offices in Annapolis and other key life science and tech hubs throughout Maryland.
“This expansion is very strategic for the Maryland Tech Council and mirrors the expansion in the industries represented by our members,” said MTC CEO Marty Rosendale. “Frederick is experiencing an abundant amount of growth in biomanufacturing, and the county officials are committed to aiding and fueling this growth. It’s imperative that MTC has a footprint here. Additionally, by moving our Montgomery County satellite office to USG, we are allowing ourselves to remain perfectly positioned in a life science hub that is expected to expand and grow drastically.”
“We are pleased to be working with the Maryland Tech Council to provide offices for them within our new state-of-the-art Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (BSE) building at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG),” said Dr. Stewart Edelstein, USG Executive Director and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University System of Maryland. “Our university partners from the University of Maryland, College Park; University of Maryland, Baltimore; and UMBC are bringing cutting-edge degree programs to the BSE. We want faculty and students to have access to the MTC member companies and to foster strengthened relationships with the scientists, innovators and leaders who are growing the technology sectors of our economy.”
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