Supporting Baltimore’s Makers and Manufacturers

2020 Lookbook

Discover what’s Made in Baltimore.


It’s never been more important to buy local.


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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Made in Baltimore Community Map:

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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

The 2020 MIB Member Survey Report

The 2020 MIB Member Survey Report

Each year, Made In Baltimore surveys our members to collect information about their businesses.  We use this information to better understand the needs of Baltimore's craft manufacturing sector, and to guide our programming and policy recommendations. All businesses...

2020 Made In Baltimore Lookbook!

2020 Made In Baltimore Lookbook!

Made In Baltimore is excited to release our 2020 Lookbook! This year's edition, our second, features hundreds of locally-made products and stories of the creative entrepreneurs behind them. Whether you are looking for that perfect gift for the holidays, seeking a...

Tools of the Trade: INTRO TO BRAND VISUALS

Tools of the Trade: INTRO TO BRAND VISUALS

As our city grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Made In Baltimore will continue our work supporting the needs of local small businesses with support, education and development opportunities. Our Tools of the Trade workshop series focuses on the...

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

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