In Business

In Business

July 08, 2006


Crosby Marketing Communications of Annapolis won 11 awards - including seven first places - at the Maryland chapter of the Public Relations Society of America's Best in Maryland program.

Ovetta M. Moore, chief information officer at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, was presented with the Technical Innovation-Government award by the National Women of Color Technology Awards Conference.

The Alliance for Workplace Excellence awarded Columbia MedCom Group, a medical communications company, with its 2006 Seal of Approval as a visionary employer.

New clients

Barb Clapp Advertising & Marketing announced the signing of Community Insurance Associates Inc., Nations Photo Lab and Vanns Spices to the Lutherville agency's client portfolio.

New contract

Buccaneer Computer Systems & Service Inc. was awarded a seven-year contract worth up to $72 million by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

New foundation

BlueHippo Funding, a Woodlawn-based computer sales and financing company, announced the formation of a charitable foundation to endow scholarships and computer labs nationwide to improve computer literacy.


The Maryland Economic Development Association elected John Savich president, Timothy R. Troxell vice president, Kendl P. Philbrick secretary and Sean Looney treasurer. Marie S. Keegin will remain on the organization's board as immediate past president.

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