Full disclosure: Betamore cofounder Mike Brenner is a founding adviser to Technically Baltimore, which works on occasion from the Federal Hill incubator, and Deb Tillet of the ETC is participating in planning for Baltimore Innovation Week, which Technically Baltimore organizes.
Three representatives from three of Maryland’s nearly 30 business incubators were interviewed by Dan Rodricks on his WYPR show, Midday, on Wednesday.
- Deb Tillett, president of the Emerging Technology Center
- Mike Brenner, cofounder of Betamore
- John Fini, director of FastForward, the incubator that Johns Hopkins University officially opened in June.
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