The Emerging Technology Centers-based company makes a big data analytics and interoperability platform for training using an open-source API developed by the U.S. Department of Defense. The company’s first time exhibiting on the West Coast will be among 450 companies at the massive tech industry expo. By extension, cofounders Shelly Blake-Plock and Margaret Roth will also be representing Baltimore.
— Margaret Roth (@teachingdaisy) September 22, 2015
“TechCrunch Disrupt SF provides us with an opportunity to connect directly with the Silicon Valley technology and investment communities in a way that is fun and exciting while also informative and eye-opening,” Roth, a Yet cofounder, said. “We’re in the heart of it all and we’re showing them what Yet has to offer.”
TechCrunch Disrupt SF runs Sept. 21-23.
Know of any other Baltimore firms out there? Let us know in the comments.-30-
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