CHUTES made a strong recovery from the recession, doubling sales revenue over four years. Expecting to double revenue again in five years, the leadership team needed to define the company’s strategic direction for the first time.View More Success Stories
What We Do
An organization’s most valuable asset is its people, and investing in that asset can transform a good company into a great one. Whether you’re training and cultivating your current workforce, or finding and developing the next generation of superstars, Maryland MEP has programs and services that can help.
A company’s bottom line is a measure of its success, but is your company as successful as it could be? If marketing, brand-building or strategy are a challenge, or if your company is rapidly growing and looking to expand your capabilities, Maryland MEP has tailored solutions for you.
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, but business operations tend to be more intertwined than linear. From the incoming material to the finished product, the quality program to the facility, and everything else in between, Maryland MEP understands these complex inter-relationships and can use our expertise to change your business into an efficiency powerhouse.
Make It In Maryland
Maryland MEP’s Make it in Maryland program is Maryland’s first and only program dedicated to manufacturers within the State to showcase companies, demonstrate the value of manufacturing within Maryland and highlight manufacturing successes. Make it in Maryland provides companies B2B purchasing, partnering and business opportunities within the State of Maryland.Learn More About the Program
Trainings & Events
Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI) and Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP) are excited to kick off National Manufacturing Month on Friday, October 6th! We have invited Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to be with us on this important occasion to raise the profile of our industry. Join us as Maryland manufacturers showcase and exhibit […]View More Trainings and Events
Manufacturer of the Month
For Michele Tsucalas, what started as a hobby of making her own homemade cereal and a weekend job at the farmers market quickly sprouted into a booming business. Ten years later, a new facility and over 20 employees, Michele's Granola hashes not strayed from their small batch roots. All of their products are still handmade from scratch and hand packaged with love in their Maryland kitchen.