Supporting Makers & Manufacturers in Baltimore City since 2016

SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESS

It’s never been more important to buy local.

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We support Baltimore’s Makers.

Made In Baltimore supports makers and manufacturers in Baltimore City, connecting businesses to the tools they need to grow, create jobs, and strengthen our local economy. Learn More About Us.

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Where to buy and make locally

Shop Locally Online

Click below to explore the variety of products made locally like handcrafted clothing, accessories, home goods and more on the Made in Baltimore online store. Pictured to the left (from left to right) are: DENT Education, The Boutique Life and Urban Roots Company.

Apply to our Retail Programs

Certified Made in Baltimore businesses can apply to be a part of our various retail programs like our online store, holiday pop-ups and kiosk. Click below to learn more and apply!

Latest News & Events

Call For Vendors: 2024 Made In Baltimore Lookbook

Call For Vendors: 2024 Made In Baltimore Lookbook

Welcome to the Made in Baltimore 2024 Lookbook Call for Vendors! Made In Baltimore is excited to announce the call for vendors for the 2024 MIB Lookbook. The MIB lookbook is a showcase where our customers, retailers, and fellow members can explore what’s being made in...

The Mak(erspace)ing of A Window Display

The Mak(erspace)ing of A Window Display

For Made In Baltimore's 2023 Holiday Store at Harborplace, we knew we had to do something special.  The location boasts a window display space unlike any we've ever had in past pop-ups; how could we make it really shine? To do this, we turned to the creative talent...

Made In Baltimore is a program of the

 

Additional support provided by:

 
City of Baltimore
Goldseker Foundation
Straus Foundation
Central Baltimore Partnership
T Rowe
PNC Foundation
Abell Foundation
Baltimore Office of Sustainability
BARCO
 

Initial funding provided by the U.S. Economic Development Administration.