(Photo by Andrew Zaleski)
The second annual Baltimore Innovation Week took place during the last 10 days of September 2013.
We shared a full impact report here, which included more than 1,000 people at our Kickoff party at Penn Station Plaza, featuring the Gathering food truck association, Baltimore City Council’s first ever hearing on the innovation economy, the first people’s choice innovation awards and more than 5,500 people across 45 events and 80 partners.
Find our 2012 inaugural Innovation Week impact here, which featured 1,500 attendees.
We easily met our goal of more than 5,000 attendees, even by this conservative estimate. In the spirit of transparency, we’ve included the attendance estimates for all the events on this spreadsheet.-30-
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