Highlights from Technical.ly's #BIW15 Twitter chat - Technical.ly Baltimore


Jun. 15, 2015 12:33 pm

Highlights from Technical.ly’s #BIW15 Twitter chat

Couldn't make it to our Twitter chat? Here's a recap of what was said, plus important dates and useful tips for making your Innovation Week event a hit.

The Baltimore Innovation Week 2014 print mag.

(Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Last Monday, June 8, we hosted our first-ever Twitter chat dedicated to all things Baltimore Innovation Week. Now in its fourth year, #BIW15 is a weeklong celebration of innovation and technology organized by Technical.ly, which will take place Sept. 25-Oct. 3, 2015.

During the chat, the Technical.ly events team answered questions from community members looking to get involved.

Check out the entire conversation

Here’s the highlight reel:

When is Baltimore Innovation Week?

What kind of events are a part of Innovation Week?

How can you get involved?

What ideas are brewing?

Last year, over 100 partners collaborated with community organizers to plan 50+ events that attracted 6,000 attendees to Baltimore Innovation Week. Technical.ly organizers are psyched to collaborate with Baltimore’s tech community to help make #BIW15 even bigger and better.

Many thanks to all who participated in our Twitter chat. If you’re interested in hosting an event, check out our Event Organizer Guide for important dates and tips on making your event a hit.

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