Kent County Economic Development

GOALS

  • Focus on Business Retention, Expansion & Attraction
  • Promote Workforce Development & Education
  • Enhance Infrastructure

Our Gigabit County is Open for Business!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refresh your life ... Reward your business.

  • border-to-border, open access fiber optic network
  • large industrial zones with railway access and multiple power sources
  • within 90 minutes of 3 international airports and 3 major seaports
  • tax credits and other incentives available for new and expanding businesses
  • 17 million people live within 100 miles, providing access to large talent pools and potential customers
  • rural setting provides excellent quality of life


Contact

Kent County Economic Development
Phone: 410-810-2168
Fax: 410-778-7482
Email: econdev@kentgov.org

Jamie Williams, CEcD, Director
Email: jlwilliams@kentgov.org

Emily McCoy, Assistant
Email: emccoy@kentgov.org

IEDCMEDA

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN 2017 

EDAB Plan 2013Appendix

 

Watch a video on the Kent County Lifestyle

Additional County Information

Links of Interest

 

Business Pulse, is an online quarterly feature created by the CDC Foundation that offers businesses useful resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Explore benefits associated with CDC’s work to protect Americans—including businesses and their workforces—from chronic threats that impact health and productivity to major health emergencies. Learn more: www.cdcfoundation.org/businesspulse.

 


Learn about Kent County Public Schools and how they are moving ahead with modern technology!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dohbpAP88UE&feature=youtu.be

   

 

Maryland's Eastern Shore, Economic Development

This magazine is full of area economic development, business climate and quality of life information. View it online.  or request a copy by emailing jwilliams@kentgov.org

MarylandsES

Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Intelligence Report, Site Selection Magazine, March 2018

https://siteselection.com/issues/2018/mar/marylands-eastern-shore/#page=1