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Department of Economic Development Offers “Office Hours” to Start-up Businesses

June 30, 2015

 

Thinking about starting a business? Looking to expand? Interested in connecting with new resources?

   For all stages of your business, the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development offers one-on-one consultations with start-ups, entrepreneurs, and business owners through the “Office Hours” program. 

   The county is bringing the resources to you. Sign up to meet at a shared office space near you today.

   Receive support and guidance through the county processes, industry expertise, connections, and resources all tailored to the needs of your business, and all for free.

   According to Rhonda Winfield Jordan, Owner of Heart to Heart Counseling of Maryland, “This program has really helped me feel like I am not alone here in the county and that there is someone who is knowledgeable and resourceful who is interested in helping me succeed.  I have recommended this program, Office Hours, to other small business owners I have encountered in the County and the response has been one of interest and excitement.”

   The goal of the “Office Hours” program is to see local business flourish. For more information, contact Stephanie Eyler at Stephanie.Eyler@MontgomeryCountyMD.gov or 240-777-2015.

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