The CRTC is pleased to promote this event on behalf of Sustaining Partner Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation
Are you a high potential early stage small, minority, veteran or women-owned technology company with engaged in cybersecurity, energy, life sciences or Health IT?
Learn more about how the VOLT Fund can help propel your business to the next level by attending an informational workshop.
The Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation’s (AAEDC) VOLT Fund Provides loans to qualified small and veteran/minority/women-owned businesses around Maryland. In 2014, the State of Maryland awarded AAEDC $2.2 million to assist small businesses around Maryland. Similar to the 2013 loan application round, AAEDC will distribute a majority of the funds to conventional small businesses but will set aside a portion to benefit entrepreneurs of emerging technology. Loans to promising early stage companies are designed to help attract follow-on funding from venture capital firms, angel investors and other sources. Please visit our website for more information on the VOLT Fund.
On July 17 at 9:30 a.m., AAEDC will join partners Chesapeake Innovation Center and bwtech@UMBC in sponsoring an information session on this year’s VOLT Fund tech loan application round. AAEDC Vice President of Finance Steve Primosch will give program basics and application guidance. In addition, a member of last year’s application review committee and a VOLT Fund awardee will also share their thoughts on factors that can impact successful applications.
VOLT Fund Tech Loan Workshop Thursday, July 17, 2014 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Chesapeake Innovation Center Training Room 2288 Blue Water Boulevard Suite 300 First Floor Odenton, Maryland