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Rockville Business Incentives Begin
Rockville  is now offering business incentive grants for the first time! 

Starting this month, as part of the Fiscal Year 2017 budget, the Mayor and Council allocated funds to launch  grant programs for expanding, new, and relocating businesses that are creating jobs in high-growth industries and investing in the quality of their facility.  

The Rockville MOVE Program offers assistance up to $4.00 per square foot for businesses that are new or relocating to the City, while the Business Expansion Fund offers assistance up to $5.00 per square foot for existing Rockville businesses needing additional space for their growing operations. 

More details and online applications are available on our website.
As REDI wraps up another year of our "Rockville Works for Me" advertising campaign, we thought we'd give you a peek at the Department of Commerce's "Why Maryland?" project.
Rockville is respresenting as VariQ CEO Ben Edson lists hightlights of our City!

Why Maryland? Why Rockville?  Ask VariQ CEO Ben Edson
Why Maryland? Why Rockville?
 Ask VariQ CEO Ben Edson

Soltesz Tapped for DC Project
Rockville based Soltesz, Inc., has been selected to provide site civil design for the new visitor entrance and security screening facility at the Washington Monument in D.C.

The new facility will replace the existing temporary facility at the east façade of this National Historic Landmark.
Incubator Grads to Stay in City
Rockville Business Innovation Center, part of the Business Innovation Network sponsored by the Montgomery County Economic Development Corp. and located in Rockville at the VisArts Center,  recently  graduated two companies that will be moving to bigger commercial offices, located within the City limits.

Congratulations to   Bertin Technologies and Daewoong America, and thank you for making Rockville your business home!

For more information click here.

MWBC: ABCs of Starting a Biz

RW4M End of Year Event

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Rockville Chamber Mix & Mingle

MWBC - Pitching Your Biz Plan



Cornerstone Montgomery Buys 31,857 Square Foot Building at 2 Taft Court
Tenant represented by   Bob Dickman, Jack McShea & Brian McCarthy   of   Avison Young
Landlord represented by  Bill Quay and Ro Waldron   of  Avison Young
  Cornerstone Montgomery is a nonprofit organization that empowers more than 2,400 adults and transition aged youth living with mental health and substance abuse disorders to live, work, and integrate successfully within the community. With the purchase of 2 Taft Court, Cornerstone is able to combine various services in one facility, which will allow them to better serve their clients.
The organization expects to have nearly 80 employees at the facility once renovations are completed, while also leasing 4,000 square feet to collaborative providers Interfaith Works and Community Clinic, Inc. For the buildout, Cornerstone has hired Rockville-based HBW Group to complete nearly $1.75 million worth of improvements.

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