It’s all because of YOU, that we are now hard at work shooting Season Two of the Made in Carroll Show. Thank you to all of our family, friends, and fans for making this possible.
We have until Friday, September 29th to raise $5,000 to launch the second season of the Made in Carroll Show. With the incredible response we received from the first season, we are hoping that there are many more people in Carroll County just like us that want to help tell the story of what is REALLY made right in here in Carroll County, Maryland. Are you in?
Hunter Strine and Jake Karlsberg dropped out of college to make their business dream come true. The two young entrepreneurs are operating out of a spare office at Spider Web Promotions in Westminster, Maryland printing shirts and building tech to serve the emerging needs of Youtubers. On this episode of the Made in Carroll Show, we meet these energetic gentlemen and learn all about their company Creators Label.
Located just outside of Sykesville, the Coolest Small Town in America, is a tech company with an online platform designed to train and empower effective communicators. On this episode of the Made in Carroll Show, we learn all about VoiceVibes, in an interview with the company’s Founder and CEO, Debra Cancro.
There is serious tech being developed in Hampstead. Bytelion, a Hampstead, Maryland based tech company, is building incredible apps for startups. Operating out of a small office on Main Street, right next to the Fire Department, the young Bytelion team is busy developing products that are being used around the world.