In our newest quarantined episode we sit down with Alexis and Kacy Jenkins, founders of Humdinger Productions who have pivoted their concert and events focused business during #COVID19 to Infection Mitigation.
Plus, how can businesses get new improvements and PPE purchases covered with our newly launched CEP Grant?
COVID-19 has changed daily life for all in Anne Arundel County, forcing many businesses to make hard decisions and pivots. During this time of uncertainty it brings us joy to feature one such incredible pivot for the greater good. In this virtual "quarantined" episode, the My ArundelBiz Podcast team talks to Steve and Joan Saint Armour, co-founders of Eclipse Group in Annapolis. By collaborating with Saint Mary's High School, other schools, the Anne Arundel County Public Library System, and private donors, the Saint Armour's set up a 3D printer network that runs 24-7 to make Montana Masks (aka reusable N95 masks) to donate to staff at the Anne Arundel Medical Center.
The My ArundelBiz Podcast team sat down with former Terps' and Ravens' Tight End Matt Furstenburg, who is now CEO of Grip Boost. Learn about how this team of engineering PhDs from the University of Maryland’s Chemical Engineering Department, entrepreneur businessman Harry Geller, and Matt turned "crab to grab" in the form of lasting grip gloves for sports like football, golf, and baseball right here in Anne Arundel.
#ArundelBiz Ink Generation started in CEO Ezequiel Cembalo's basement in 2012 and has now grown to a 6,500 sqft warehouse. In this newest episode the ArundelBiz Podcast team heads to Glen Burnie to find out what makes this screen printing business unique.
On this special Veterans Day edition of the My ArundelBiz Podcast we sit down with #AnneArundel's Maritime Conference Center, also home to MITAGS, and the USO-Metro to highlight unique partnerships that bring value to our Veterans and Servicemembers.
On the eve of the 18th anniversary of 9/11 the My ArundelBiz Podcast team sat down with John McBeth, CEO of Next Century to talk about why the company was founded in response and the guiding principles driving their innovation forward today.
This special edition was taped live from the MACo Summer Conference Bayfront Exhibit Hall in Ocean City and features a lively discussion with AAEDC CEO Jerry Walker and Maryland Association of Counties Associate Director Kevin Kinnally. Audio portions may include background noise.
On this fun, nautical, summer themed edition of the My ArundelBiz Podcast we sit down with John Cosby, Managing Director of Annapolis Sailing School in Annapolis, "America's Sailing Capital," as they celebrate 60 years of businesses in Anne Arundel.
On this episode of My ArundelBiz Podcast the AAEDC team sits down with strong woman entrepreneur Diane Whittles, owner of ServPro of Annapolis/Severna Park, ServPro of Edgewater/ Deale/Churchton and Lothian, and recently purchased ServPro of Pasadena/Gibson Island/Lake Shore.
In this episode the AAEDC team sits down with Maureen Heimbuch of Thanksgiving Farm Winery. We talked about their special attention to land, how they produce a completely unique bottle of wine, and how they manage to juggle full time jobs in North County while staying involved in bettering Anne Arundel agriculture!
On this episode of My ArundelBiz Podcast we head to Glen Burnie to talk to Nick Carlson, CEO and Co-Founder of Dawson Manufacturing, creators of Mulch Mate to learn about the machine revolutionizing the landscaping business and the lessons they’ve learned in starting a business along the way.
On this second episode of My ArundelBiz we sit with Jayleen Fonseca and Jesse Ramirez and talk about their restaurant "JessyJays" located in South Anne Arundel County. They discuss their business goals, funding, ideas, and the process of getting started in business.