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Ken Berlack

Ken Berlack

Ken Berlack is a marketing consultant and contributor to Technical.ly Baltimore. Previously, he managed marketing programs at Virginia-based Ellucian and Kansas-based Perceptive Software. Berlack lives in Ellicott City, Md.

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Tips for getting venture capital from those who know: investors business

Sep. 24, 2014 8:29 am

Tips for getting venture capital from those who know: investors

What entrepreneurs need to know about getting investment, but were too embarrassed to ask. At the Baltimore Innovation Week event, insights ran the gamut.
Maven Medical aims to bring docs in on healthcare economics business

Aug. 19, 2014 7:30 am

Maven Medical aims to bring docs in on healthcare economics

By bringing cost transparency directly to healthcare providers, venture-backed Maven Medical wants to help doctors make better clinical decisions, while also tackling a big problem: U.S. healthcare is staggeringly expensive.
37 years old, the annual ‘Chessie’ marketing conference takes digital focus creative

May. 21, 2014 9:15 am

37 years old, the annual ‘Chessie’ marketing conference takes digital focus

Now in its 37th year, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Maryland Chapter’s Chessie Conference is featuring the keynote theme this year of “TRADIGITAL: Embracing the Pillars for the New PR.”
Ken Malone: Early Charm Ventures cofounder grows startup SilcsBio business

Mar. 11, 2014 8:15 am

Ken Malone: Early Charm Ventures cofounder grows startup SilcsBio

Entrepreneur Ken Malone moved a biotech startup of his to Baltimore two years ago. Now, housed at the BioPark, through his seed investment fund, he's growing another biotech initiative SilcsBio.
mediaglu: target customers with adtech offering from MLN Advertising business

Feb. 6, 2014 1:02 pm

mediaglu: target customers with adtech offering from MLN Advertising

After launching MLN Advertising as a digital consultancy, three founders built out tech offerings that other agencies could use, calling those offerings mediaglu.
DinnerTime: subscription healthy meal prep web app on customer hunt business

Dec. 30, 2013 10:30 am

DinnerTime: subscription healthy meal prep web app on customer hunt

DinnerTime works by allowing a new user to create a personalized meal-planning experience, powered by a patent-pending meal selection algorithm that takes into account nearby grocery sales.
Curiosityville: subscription youth learning startup shares early metrics access

May. 21, 2013 11:00 am

Curiosityville: subscription youth learning startup shares early metrics

The premise of this subscription-based online education platform targeting kids between the ages of three and eight is rooted in the contemporary science of learning, sometimes called neuro-education, which links today’s cutting edge brain research to the field of education.
TutorCraze: online tutor marketplace seeks tutors, slated to launch January business

Dec. 10, 2012 11:00 am

TutorCraze: online tutor marketplace seeks tutors, slated to launch January

Dehyu Sinyan tells a story any number of college students can relate to. Say you’re starting off your college career with a math or science class and it’s not too far into the course when you run into trouble understanding some of the material. So you need a tutor, someone who’s not only taken that […]
Motifworks CEO Nitin Agarwal: “Everyone on an entrepreneur’s team must be a sales person” business

Oct. 16, 2012 11:00 am

Motifworks CEO Nitin Agarwal: “Everyone on an entrepreneur’s team must be a sales person”

Why is math so important? That was the question many parents have heard that Nitin Agarwal was recently confronted with by his eight-year-old son as they worked together on homework. To be sure, the foundation of math that supported the web development that has spurred Agarwal’s entrepreneurial career is a good explanation. As founder and CEO Motifworks, a […]
BusyGrad: social network for graduate students growing beyond Johns Hopkins roots business

Sep. 4, 2012 11:00 am

BusyGrad: social network for graduate students growing beyond Johns Hopkins roots

Imagine working toward your PhD at Johns Hopkins University in human genetics or physiology — slogging away at what seems like endless hours in the lab — all while launching a social networking startup here in Baltimore. And you don’t have any real office space save for frequent meetings at the aptly named Fells Point […]