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Small Business Center

2 Small Business Grants: 1 for Central Maryland and 1 for Woman-Owned Companies That Use Tech

July 20, 2022

Two small business grant programs are accepting applications through next month.

Customers of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., which serves 1.2 million customers in central Maryland, can apply for $20,000 grants through BGE’s Energizing Small Business program through Aug. 26. Applicants must be existing BGE customers founded in 2020 or earlier with a minimum of 25 employees and with 2021 gross revenue of $7 million or less. For details on application criteria, visit Hello Alice, the small business accelerator site.

The Acclerate(HER) fund, sponsored by Tiger Global Impact Ventures, will award $50,000 grants to woman-owned, technology-enabled companies that have not yet received angel or venture investments. Applications are due by Aug. 5. See this Hello Alice page for details.

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