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Join us Friday, Sept. 25 to help us kick off our fourth annual Baltimore Innovation Week!
“Crawl” to some of the most innovative office spaces in downtown Baltimore during the #BIW15 Innovation Crawl and enjoy refreshments along the way. End the night at Power Plant Live! for our Kickoff Festival with The Gathering. Enjoy a live concert with G. Love, grab a bite to eat from some local food trucks and play with fun, innovative technology.
Here’s where we’ll be crawling:
- STOP 1: 4:00-4:30 p.m.: Betamore, 1111 Light St.
- STOP 2: 4:45-5:15 p.m.: R2integrated, 400 E. Pratt St.
- STOP 3: 5:30-6:00 p.m.: MissionTix, 616 Water St., #225
- STOP 4: 6:15-7:30 p.m.: Spark (featuring Avhana Health, Tissue Analytics and STAQ), 8 Market Pl.
- STOP 5: 7:30-10:00 p.m.: The official Baltimore Innovation Kickoff with The Gathering at Power Plant Live!
- 8:30 p.m.: G. Love concert begins
Our Kickoff Festival is family friendly and open to the public. Finish your work week by celebrating #BIW15 with us, enjoying delicious food and dancing to live music. We’ll be bringing out more than 10 cool tech tables to check out. You can also grab a Baltimore Innovation Week 2015 print magazine and some other sweet swag!
Check out these awesome tech tables:
- Alchemy Learning, virtual reality!
- AU Game Lab (Delivery Drone, Lissitzky’s Revenge, Jolt)
- Code in the Schools
- Elevated Element, drones!
- Lost Cave
- Pure Bang Games
- Seven Hills Games
- STEMaction, robots!
- Technical.ly Baltimore, print mag and #BIW15 swag!
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