Baltimore County Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Study

The Problem

The Baltimore County Department of Economic & Workforce Development (DEWD) wanted to evaluate the County’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and to generate a plan to enhance the ecosystem. The plan would help contribute to job and economic growth. The County had experienced limited success with county-founded businesses, and concerns were raised as to the competitiveness and entrepreneurial infrastructure (real or perceived) in Baltimore County.

The Solution

Facility Logix conducted a study that included a market assessment and SWOT analysis associated with the Baltimore County Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and the new business formation rate. Five recommendations focused on implementing an economic gardening strategy to facilitate and support entrepreneurs thereby spurring the development of new jobs.  Baltimore County is in the process of implementing these recommendations.

Other Projects

LB-1/PX-1

LB-1/PX-1

United Therapeutics Corporation (UT) sought to design and develop the first full service Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion (EVLP) Center in the United States. Time to market was critical for the delivery of the building for initiating US clinical trials.

Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Facility Logix worked with a local real estate provider to detail the property’s attributes and to evaluate the potential market for a buyer of the building for its highest and best use as a fill-finish site.

John Hopkins University Fast Forward

John Hopkins University Fast Forward

Johns Hopkins FastForward business accelerator program sought to understand Baltimore City, regional and statewide lab space market dynamics to guide the design of its planned 1812 Ashland incubator