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A Homecoming for Truebill County Executive Marc Elrich Visits Small Businesses

A Homecoming for Truebill

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, County Council President Nancy Navarro and Councilmembers Evan Glass, Will Jawando, and Hans Riemer helped welcome Truebill, Inc., a financial technology services company, at the company’s grand opening celebration. The company has relocated its corporate headquarters from San Francisco to Silver Spring, and Montgomery County is home for Truebill CEO Haroon Mokhtarzada who attended Montgomery Blair High School.

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich was among those formally welcoming Truebill, Inc., to Silver Spring. The leading financial technology company has relocated its corporate headquarters from the San Francisco Bay area.

Maryland Commerce Secretary Visits Montgomery County

County Executive Marc Elrich joined with local business leaders to welcome Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz to Montgomery County, and to discuss ways in which the State could help drive additional economic development in the community. Schulz and Elrich visited the soon-to-be new operations of RADA Technologies, a radar systems manufacturer, in Germantown.

Elrich Expands Business Connect Program to East County

It was standing room only as Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich launched the Montgomery County Business Connect program to the East County regional area. Elrich was joined by County Council President Nancy Navarro, County Councilmember and member of the Planning, Housing, and Economic Development Committee Will Jawando, local officials and the business community for the announcement, and proclamation of Economic Development Week.

Celebrating Economic Development Week in Montgomery County

Montgomery County, in partnership with the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA), will celebrate Economic Development Week in Maryland from Sunday, Oct. 20 through Saturday, Oct. 26. County Executive Marc Elrich will kick off Economic Development Week at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at the East County Regional Services Center as he also announces the expansion of the Business Connect program to the East County regional area

Business Connect Program Launches in Silver Spring

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich was joined by Maryland Deputy Commerce Secretary Ben Wu, County Councilmembers Tom Hucker and Will Jawando, County officials and County partners for the launch of the Business Connect program that will support the Silver Spring area. Elrich also announced two new business tools that are now available at Montgomery County Public Libraries as well as other important business news.

Visiting Xometry

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich and representatives from the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation recently toured and met with the leadership of Xometry, a Gaithersburg-based company that provides on-demand manufacturing and industrial supply materials to a diverse customer base ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies.

Maryland Women’s Business Center

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich touted the County’s 4Business initiative during the Maryland Women’s Business Center’s networking and training event at the Kentlands Mansion in Gaithersburg. He was joined by other local and state elected officials who participated with women business owners in roundtable networking discussions. The event was presented in partnership with the City of Gaithersburg’s Office of Economic Development and the city of Rockville.

Visiting A. Morton Thomas and Associates

County Executive Marc Elrich visited with the top leadership of A. Morton Thomas and Associates, a civil engineering firm that has been headquartered in Montgomery County since 1955, and whose headquarters are located in the King Farm community of Rockville. Joining him were economic development representatives from the State of Maryland, Montgomery County and the City of Rockville.