Oct. 13, 2010 10:12 am
Join more than 200 Entrepreneurs, angels, venture capital investors, and members of the press on November 17th at Philadelphia's premier startup event – Founder Factory.
Oct. 1, 2010 3:58 pm
Come join us on Thursday, October 7th for our Startup Breakfast + Workshop. This week's workshop will be a little different in that we'll be engaging in an open, roundtable discussion starting promptly at 11 am.
Sep. 21, 2010 10:00 am
It's time for Baltimore to follow in the footsteps DC's Apps for Democracy and NYC's BigApps and join the citywide open-data movement by creating a public app development contest.
Sep. 14, 2010 5:50 pm
Come join us on Thursday, September 23rd for our Startup Breakfast + Workshop. We're fortunate to have Frank Dickson come lead our Startup Workshop at 11 am and present some funding opportunities for Maryland startups. Frank heads up the Maryland Venture Fund with DBED and will be speaking on behalf of the Fund as well as financing programs that are used during the life cycle of a company – start up, post-revenue, and profit. Also, Frank will preview and solicit input on new InvestMaryland initiative.
Sep. 12, 2010 4:40 pm
After an incredible reception in Baltimore last year for its debut event, TEDxMidAtlantic returns for its second installment on November 5, 2010. This year, the event is being held at Washington, DC's Sidney Harman Hall. TEDxMidAtlantic celebrates the power of ideas to positively change the world; they aim to build community by bringing together like-minded people who believe in this mission.
Sep. 9, 2010 4:38 pm
OtherInbox, Inc. is an Austin-based company that builds technology to automatically organize emails from online shopping and social networking sites. This puts consumers in control but also creates unique opportunities for improving the relevance and targeting of email marketing.
Sep. 8, 2010 2:36 am
Tech Crawl East will be held on the evening of September 16th, from 5-9PM, on the first floor of the new Morgan Stanley building in Fells Point, overlooking Baltimore Harbor. This event is the result of 2009's highly successful MD Tech Crawl, where over 20 local early stage tech companies presented 60 second pitches to close to 200 attendees.