Yesterday, the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) hosted an information seminar, ‘Learn About the Impact of the 2018 Federal Cuts’ at their headquarters in Largo, MD.
The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation has just announced its official Delegation Ambassador for the upcoming Nigeria Trade Mission taking place August 13 – 19, 2018. Elaine Alale, Miss Africa USA, 1st Princess has agreed to spearhead the delegation to connect Prince George’s County to her country of origin.
On Thursday, the National Organization for Black County Officials (NOBCO) kicked off their 34th Annual Economic Development Conference at the Greenbelt Marriott in Greenbelt, Maryland. Leaders from as far as California convened in Prince George’s County to launch a 4-day discussion about how policies and initiatives can be collectively implemented to serve and improve each leaders’ respective municipality.
Yesterday, the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation(EDC) hosted the 'Nigeria Trade Mission Information Session' in anticipation of a Trade Mission taking place August 13th through August 19th. Over 100 Prince George's County based business leaders were in attendance to learn how to do business in Nigeria, collaborate with potential business delegates, learn about business to business opportunities and get vital information about the 'Networking with the USA Conference'.
Last Thursday, the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) hosted a Press Conference and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GWHCC) formalizing their commitment to enhancing the connection between existing Prince George’s County businesses and the Latino small business community.
Today, top members of the Zimbabwe business community, led by Max Chard, Managing Director of Carp Global, visited the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) for a business discussion to align Prince George's County's newly formed alliance with the African Union to replicate the Prince George's County economic development model in Zimbabwe and the continent of African. EDC President and CEO Jim Coleman welcomed the international delegation whose fact finding mission to Prince George's County was to identify trading partners and potential investors on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean for agricultural opportunities.
Today, the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation welcomed more than 250 small business owners for what felt like a living room conversation with networking guru, Dr. George C. Fraser. The CEO of FraserNet and Founder of the Power Networking Conference, Dr. Fraser led a candid conversation about the need for developing an effective network and not attempting to do business as a solo act.
Today, the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) President and CEO Jim Coleman joined dignitaries from the Capitol Heights area and other local business and community leaders for the Grand Opening of a brand-new Olive Garden Italian Kitchen Restaurant in the Ritchie Station Marketplace.
Last Thursday, the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) closed out its 2017 Thirsty (For Business) Thursday season at Keller Williams Preferred Properties in Largo, Maryland with its most engaging networking event of the year. More than 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs and developers came from miles around, as far away as New York City, specifically to meet, greet and network with the vibrant business community in Prince George's County.