Made In Baltimore’s Home-Run Accelerator is Accepting Applications. Here’s What You Need to Know

Charm City’s business community has reason to rejoice: Made In Baltimore’s Home-Run Accelerator, a small business development program, is back for 2023.

This will be Made In Baltimore’s second cohort for the accelerator, which first launched in 2021. The Home-Run Accelerator is designed to help home-based entrepreneurs scale up and out into commercial production — especially women and people of color, according to Made In Baltimore Founder and Executive Director Andy Cook.

The Home-Run Accelerator is one of Made In Baltimore’s several business resources for budding entrepreneurs seeking guidance and mentorship. readers may have had a chance to visit Hex Superette in the Govans neighborhood, where Made In Baltimore housed its annual holiday pop-up shop. Maybe you’ve gone to one in years past? Cook said that Made in Baltimore is currently extending is presence at Hex Superette on a month-to-month basis.