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Mar. 26, 2014 11:15 am

Four Baltimore city startups named finalists in InvestMaryland Challenge

Four startups from Baltimore are in the running to win investment prizes of $100,000 as part of the second annual InvestMaryland Challenge.
Judges vetting InvestMaryland Challenge applicants.

Judges vetting InvestMaryland Challenge applicants.

(Photo courtesy of DBED)

Update 3:30 p.m. 3/27/14: Added in DinnerTime, whose headquarters is just outside the Baltimore city limits in Lutherville.

Four startups from Baltimore are in the running to win investment prizes of $100,000 as part of the second annual InvestMaryland Challenge.

As Technical.ly Baltimore reported, the business competition for early-stage startups from Maryland and the U.S. will award four grand prizes of $100,000 to four startups competing in four categories: cybersecurity, general industry, IT hardware and software, and life sciences.

The four Baltimore finalists:

According to the Baltimore Business Journal, almost 260 applicants applied for the competition.

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