This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem.
Sarge Salman and the Baltimore Lean Startup Group have launched the Startup Prize, a six-week program kicking off in 2013 where startup founders will learn to validate their startup ideas with customers and compete for cash and prizes along the way. Sign up for updates here.
PointClickSwitch.com has launched a new website featuring the Baltimore Ravens’ Torrey Smith. With PointClickSwitch, users are able to switch energy suppliers through a few steps online, thereby saving money on monthly energy bills in the process.
A little more than two weeks remain for startups wishing to apply to the AccelerateBaltimore program. Six startups chosen will each receive free space at the Emerging Technology Center and $25,000 in seed funding.
Geeks on a Train returns Friday. Join gb.tc and the Technical.ly crew (that’s Technically Philly and Technically Baltimore) for a trip around Philadelphia’s tech underworld (which is no way underground, minus subway rides).
InvestMaryland Challenge: 33 semi-finalists head to final round to vie for $100K prize
Compass Lite: Woofound’s career-matching personality test officially launches
Woofound unveils new website, ‘lite’ version of Compass career-matching personality test
Why two eminent Baltimore higher-ed institutions collaborated to create this unique dual degree program
Pitch Across MD: finalists announced, will pitch at MD Entrepreneur Expo
Rob Rosenbaum: TEDCO president says ‘lead by example’ to make MD more appealing to startups
Baltimore Tech Parents meet again // Columbia TechBreakfast on Thursday // One year of GiveCorps [Events]
What Asymmetrik is doing to help lead healthcare’s digital transformation
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