ACCELERATE YOUR GROWTH POTENTIAL

Discover Support for MOCO’s Diverse Business Community

Find resources to start, grow or relocate a business to Montgomery County. Discover unique programs and support services for women-owned, minority-owned, and veteran-owned businesses. Entrepreneurs looking to build and grow business will find strength in the County’s diversity and a commitment to innovation and sustainability.  


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START A BUSINESS

Find a wide range of resources for entrepreneurs to help you plan, create and realize your business goals, from writing a business plan and selecting a site to networking, financing and licensing.

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EXPAND A BUSINESS

Access office space with the right features and facilities to help your growing company—whether your needs include more web lab space, bigger conference areas or other amenities to attract top talent.  MCEDC can help you find the best spot for your upwardly mobile business.

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MOVE A BUSINESS

Discover abundant resources to support your relocation efforts. We can help you find incubators and accelerators, connect you to new contacts to expedite your relocation efforts, help with site selection and identify potential incentives to make relocating a great move.


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WomAn-Owned Businesses

Close to 50% of Montgomery County’s businesses are women-owned. Entrepreneurs who set up shop in the County have come to the right place. Nationally, women are creating businesses at twice the rate of men—making 36% of all businesses in the U.S. woman-owned.

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Minority-Owned Businesses

Our diverse County is open for your opportunity to grow. Local minority-owned companies include sectors from IT and BioHealth to professional and cybersecurity services. There is strength in the County’s diversity, and 45% of local businesses are minority owned.

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Veteran-Owned Businesses

Montgomery County is home to a variety of successful veteran-owned businesses that contribute to the greater Washington, D.C. region and beyond. Veteran businesses owners play an important role in today’s economic growth and prosperity, while bringing leadership to their communities.