Columbia-based WebMechanix launches 12-week marketing course [Links] - Technical.ly Baltimore

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May 16, 2014 9:50 am

Columbia-based WebMechanix launches 12-week marketing course [Links]

"WebMechanix has been struggling to find the right talent to work at the company, so it’s planning to train budding marketers in house. WebMechanix on June 2 will launch a 12-week course offering participants a first-hand look at the industry."

After struggling to find candidates, a Columbia marketing firm is launching its own academy [Baltimore Business Journal]: “WebMechanix has been struggling to find the right talent to work at the company, so it’s planning to train budding marketers in house. WebMechanix on June 2 will launch a 12-week course offering participants a first-hand look at the industry.”

Baltimore among world’s ‘smartest’ cities [The Daily Record]: “The IESE Business School at the University of Navarra (Spain) listed Baltimore as No. 20 on in its annual Cities in Motion Index. The study ranks what is listed as the ‘smartest’ cities, but to put it in Bawlmerese, it simply means best.”

New apartments planned for West Side BioPark [Baltimore Sun]: “The proposed tower, which repeats the brick-and-glass motif of the university’s other buildings, comes amid a construction boom that already has added four major buildings to the west side, with more underway. A $200 million Proton Center is expected to open to patients in about 18 months, and construction of a $305 million health sciences facility started last fall, with completion scheduled for 2017.”

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