Deb Tillett is a former entrepreneur and the prominent director of the Emerging Technology Centers, the city-backed incubator.
Fresh off a local TV appearance talking about how the tech and entrepreneurship community is growing influence in Baltimore, she’ll be speaking and attending more than a half-dozen Baltimore Innovation Week events.
Here’s where to find Deb Tillett this year:
- Thursday, Sept. 24, 5:00-8:30 p.m., ETC Haven Campus
For #BIW15, Technical.ly cofounder and Editorial Director Christopher Wink, who is also a co-organizer of Baltimore Innovation Week, will share what he’s learned from reporting on and living the startup life. This regular monthly fireside with an entrepreneur is always full of detailed experiences, advice and great stories.
- Friday, Sept. 25, 5:00-10:00 p.m., Power Plant Live!
Come celebrate the start of Baltimore Innovation Week. The Kickoff Festival will feature The Gathering food truck rally, entertainment and cool tech on display.
- Saturday, Sept. 26, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., University of Baltimore
The only women in technology conference to engage with attendees in multiple formats, Women in Tech will bring together women in all types of careers in tech and at every level from students to senior executives.
- Monday, Sept. 28, 6:00-10:00 p.m., Baltimore Museum of Industry
The Rise of the Rest: Pitch Competition will feature Steve Case, cofounder of AOL and the current CEO of investment firm Revolution, and a $100,000 investment prize. Be sure to catch some of Baltimore’s most innovative companies’ pitch and stay for the Happy Hour Startup Celebration that follows with the judges, participants and local leaders. That’s a party worth visiting.
5. Beta City
- Thursday, Oct. 1, 1:00-10:30 p.m., Betamore and City Garage
This daylong event is organized by Betamore, Technical.ly, Plank Industries and Startup Maryland. In the afternoon, entrepreneurs will be pitching investors. By the evening, the biggest party of the week will take place at City Garage.
- Thursday, Oct. 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Baltimore Museum of Industry