Technology Council of Maryland
500 members promote the growth and quality of the technology and life sciences communities in Maryland and the region by providing outstanding education, advocacy and business networking opportunities. The Council's MdBio division serves the Maryland biotechnology community, helping the region's life sciences organizations to grow.
Maryland Technology Development Corporation
(410) 740-9442 | (800) 305-5556
Brings innovations from Universities and federal labs to Maryland’s economy by facilitating technology transfer to the private sector. The organization also gives emerging technology companies and university researchers vital seed funding and specialized technical assistance.
Greater Baltimore Technology Council
Building and growing the region's tech community, GBTC asks tech companies what they need to grow and provides it through innovative programs and forums. A nonprofit organization, the Council receives grants from the Abell Foundation and Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.
Carroll Technology Council
Originally created in 2001 by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, the Carroll Technology Council has developed many new programs. The Council works closely with local media to answer information requests and actively promotes and assists the County's tech community.
Charles County Technology Council
Serves as a cooperative alliance dedicated to the advancement of people, technology and ideas in Charles County. Council programs include Lunch & Learn Seminars, the Technology Excellence scholarship program, monthly business networking events, Leading Edge Awards, Charles County Economic Summit and the Indian Head Tech Transfer Forum.
Chesapeake Regional Tech Council
(410) 222-7410, ext. 124
Supports innovation and commercialization of advanced technologies, serving as a resource that meets technology companies' business, education and networking needs. A non-profit organization supported by private sponsors and Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation grant, the Council attracts and assists new and emerging tech companies.
Northeastern Maryland Technology Council
Promotes technology in Harford and Cecil counties - a collaborative environment encouraging technology exchange that enhances the region's business, education and government communities. Initiatives include educational interface, relationship with Aberdeen Proving Ground, employer programs, legislative issues and developing the HEAT Center as a technology base.
The Patuxent Partnership
The non-profit economic development Partnership aims to diversify Southern Maryland's tech business base, market the region's technology capabilities, grow its intellectual capital and workforce capacity, and foster collaboration among industry, government and academic partners.