Programs and Services
The Business Development Division of the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation is responsible for the retention, expansion and attraction of businesses to the county. The division's goal is to meet the business community's needs. The Business Development Division pursues and contacts business prospects that are expanding, moving within the county, or relocating to the county from another jurisdiction. In doing so, the division ascertains the needs of each business and structures an incentive package to meet its requirements. Incentives can include expediting permits, tax credits, work force assistance, site identification, county and state financial assistance, and SBA financial assistance.
In conjunction with the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), the division identifies established programs that will benefit businesses. DBED is Maryland's one-stop economic development shop strives to attract new businesses, stimulate private investment, encourage the expansion and retention of existing companies and provide Maryland business with workforce training and financial assistance. The Department markets local products and services at home and abroad.