Early Charm’s continued portfolio company and staff growth drive need for more development and production space
November 2, 2021, Baltimore, MD – In a move to accommodate its continued fast growth, Early Charm – a company that creates, owns and operates ventures that convert science to revenue – announced today it is more than doubling its production and lab space at Baltimore’s 1100 Wicomico building.
This significant expansion will occur adjacent to Early Charm’s 3,200 square feet of current production and development space, bringing total production and development space to just under 7,000 square feet.
“Demand for our custom manufactured products is strong across the board with nanofibers, 3D printing, DNA libraries and custom inks experiencing the most rapid growth,” said Ken Malone, Executive Officer with Early Charm. “We’ve already removed the wall separating the spaces and will be able to use a large portion of the space immediately. The full build-out will only take a few months.”
Early Charm’s additional space will house an array of production and development equipment, including production-grade 3D printers, electrospinning machines to manufacture nanofibers, plus bench tops for life science development and analytical equipment.
Early Charm moved into 1100 Wicomico in February 2020 to accommodate its rapidly expanding custom manufacturing and development work for its portfolio of companies in Drug Design, Custom Materials, Blue Economy and Engineered Products.
About Early Charm:
Early Charm creates, owns and operates businesses that convert science into revenue. We are the management team, the operators and the entrepreneurs. We don’t write checks and just pop in for board meetings. We show up to our labs, our production facilities and our offices every day to do all the heavy lifting in our portfolio companies. Learn more: www.earlycharm.com