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Let’s stop the worrying right now. Baltimore city has its own network of growing innovation clusters.
That doesn’t take anything away from the county or the rest of Maryland or the broader mid-Atlantic region, for that matter. It’s just that it needs to be said that Baltimore’s old urban core is having a revival — and technology, creative and web businesses are playing a real role.
That’s why, with the help of the Downtown Partnership, you can find on the back cover of the Baltimore Innovation Week print magazine this map highlighting some 70 such businesses that are taking root in familiar neighborhoods.
Click here to see a larger PDF version.
Shall we take stock?
Here’s who’s who:
- Baltimore City Robotics Center
- University of Maryland BioPark
- Baltimore Design School
- Baltimore Node
- Code in the Schools
- Impact Hub
- University of Baltimore
- Wham City Lights
- Camden Partners
- Deep Run Security
- Dream It Ventures
- Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
- Exit10 Advertising
- Gemstone/Terbium Labs
- Maryland Science Center
- Mission Tix
- PaRaBal Inc.
- Power Plant Live!
- Avhana Health
- Spark! Coworking
- Tissue Analytics
- Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
- The Canton Group
- Abell Foundation
- Downtown Partnership
- Greater Baltimore Committee
- Emerging Technology Centers
- Baltimore Underground Science Space
- Contrast Security
- Emergent Biosolutions
- Pure Bang Games
- City Garage
- Under Armour
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