Doing Business in Prince George's County
Learn more about the Economic Development Incentive Fund (EDIF)
Prince George's County has a flourishing economy that adds a brand of diversified, planned growth to the national economic climate.
Expanding firms are making the choice to reside in Prince George's County. Some of the factors that helped with this decision are competitively priced land and buildings, an integrated transportation system, proximity to Washington, DC, the Revitalization Tax Credit, a new High Technology Incentive Package, and Enterprise Zone benefits. The County also has a foreign trade zone and two state enterprise zones within its boundaries.
For more information on Corporate Expansions and Relocations as well as
Small and Minority Business Programs, please visit the Prince
George's County Economic Development Corporation.
To obtain information on doing business with the County, please visit
George's County Office of Central Services and Prince George's County Chamber of Commerce.
For information on financial assistance for small businesses, contact
the Prince George's Financial Services Corporation. The FSC offers alternatives
to traditional lending and provides access to all available and appropriate
federal, state and local financing.
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