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Oasis In College Park Brings New Crowd Of Local Entrepreneurs To EDC's 'Thirsty For Business Thursday'
      College Park, MD - Last Thursday, the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and their 'posse' descended upon Fishnet Restaurant in College Park for the June 2017 edition of 'Thirsty (For Business) Thursday' for a night filled with high-powered networking in a quaint restaurant that creates a ...


EDC Joins Local Dignitaries At Groundbreaking For Town Hall Of Upper Marlboro
  Upper Marlboro, MD - On Wednesday, the Town of Upper Marlboro took major steps toward the future as it broke ground to make way for a new addition to expand the Town Hall and make renovations to the existing Town Hall structure.  County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III and EDC President and CEO Jim Coleman were among notabl...


EDC Charged Up County 'Wonder Women' At Inaugural Women's Excellence & Leadership Luncheon
  Oxon Hill, MD - Yesterday, under the glitz and glamour of Prince George's County's iconic MGM National Harbor, more than 300 business women came out to attend the 1st Annual Women's Excellence & Leadership Luncheon, hosted by the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC).  Under the theme of "Yes!...


Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation To Host Inaugural Women's Excellence And Leadership Luncheon
  Largo, MD - The Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is excited to announce the panelists of its inaugural Women's Excellence and Leadership Awards. Each panelist exemplifies this year's event theme, "Yes! You Can Have It All." The panel discussion will be the kickoff session for the EDC's 1st Annu...


EDC President & Ceo Jim Coleman Challenges Local Women Business Owners To Get Ready, Get Set And Go! At Women Of Prince George's Conference
  Greenbelt, MD - Yesterday, EDC President and CEO Jim Coleman joined an auspicious panel of speakers to provide advice and encouragement to the crowd of women business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals attending the "Women of Prince George's Conference" at the Greenbelt Marriott.  This day-long conference, under the t...


Triplestone Real Estate To Transform Brandywine Community With $50 Million Development
  Brandywine, MD - Commuters traveling on U.S. 301 in Brandywine will soon have a new place to stop and shop.  Yesterday marked the beginning of a dream realized for 83 year old Mani Patel, the CEO of TripleStone Real Estate as he broke ground on a $50 million, 17-acre development in Brandywine, Maryland.  County Executive ...