Aug. 11, 2014 11:10 am

Learn how WOAMTEC supports businesswomen [Events Roundup]

Also, check out the startups featured at this month's Columbia TechBreakfast.

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This week, learn from WOAMTEC’s Kathleen Hawkins at the Baltimore Business Strategy and Networking Meetup. Check out startups from around the region at this month’s Columbia TechBreakfast. And chat with entrepreneurs and other local players at the Emerging Technology Centers’ Techy Thursday Happy Hour.


Kathleen Hawkins at the Baltimore Business Strategy and Networking Meetup Group
WOAMTEC president Kathleen Hawkins will give a presentation about her women’s advancement nonprofit.
Tuesday, Aug. 12
11:30 a.m. to  1 p.m.
Mt. Washington Tavern
5700 Newbury St., Mt. Washington, Baltimore city

Columbia TechBreakfast
Startups Asurvest, Boompop Flowers, EcoCloud360, Kidash and lü are featured in this month’s Columbia event.
Wednesday, Aug. 13
8 a.m.
Loyola Columbia
8890 McGaw Rd. #130, Columbia

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Techy Thursday Happy Hour
The ETC’s networking get-together is now a monthly event.
Thursday, Aug. 14
5 to 7 p.m.
Emerging Technology Centers
101 N. Haven St., Kresson, Baltimore city

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