Harford Business Innovation Center (HBIC)
An Essential Resource for Technology Companies and Defense Contractors

Are you a young technology company? growth-oriented defense contractor?
The Harford Business Innovation Center (HBIC) is designed for these companies and others that may be pursuing business opportunities at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
This technology incubator program in Harford County has been expanded and strengthened to be the vital business development resource which entrepreneurs and early-stage technology companies seek.  The HBIC offers the critical combination of customized business support services in a highly flexible, furnished office space in an environment where businesses can prosper.

Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority (NMAMIA)
The inaugural meeting of the NMAMIA was held at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).  NMAMIA was enacted by legislation during the last Maryland Legislative session to capitalize on the region's existing resources in the area of additive manufacturing including 3D printing, meteorology, and rapid prototyping to encourage growth of manufacturing.  NMAMIA will foster collaboration among the existing infrastructure, expertise and educational resources.  The event included a CRADA signing with APG's Edgewood Chemical and Biological Command.  
Click here for the official press release.
Pictured: (left to right) Jim Richardson, Harford County Office of Economic Development; Lisa Webb, Cecil County Office of Economic Development; Joe Wienand, ECBC; Delegate Mary Dulany James; Senator JB Jennings; Rick Decker, Executive Director NMAMIA;  Jill McClune, Army Alliance; Jan Baum, 3D Maryland; and Mike Galiazzo, Regional Manufacturing Institute