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Stories of collaboration and innovation from the hardest year of our lives

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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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Women’s History Month

Celebrate your favorite women-owned businesses this month! Click below to discover over 90 women-owned businesses making in Baltimore City. 

Tools of the Trade Workshops

Explore our latest workshops covering topics from crafting a social media post to building a successful call-to-action. Click below to watch our recordings and stay-tuned for more coming soon!

Latest News & EVents

Evening in the Garden with MIB: Image Gallery

Evening in the Garden with MIB: Image Gallery

Views from the Garden When the Made In Baltimore community convened at the Ivy Bookshop on Saturday July 10th, there was a lot to celebrate: the release of Ilana Preuss' new book Recast Your City: How to Save Your Downtown with Small-Scale Manufacturing (available for...

Stronger Together: Featuring Taharka Brothers

Stronger Together: Featuring Taharka Brothers

Stronger Together is a series of entrepreneur profiles created by Baltimore Small for Made In Baltimore. Each profile tells a story of innovation and collaboration in the face of the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.  This story first appeared in Bmore...

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.