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Baltimore has one of the country’s most vibrant health and science communities. Entrepreneurs, investors, academics and researchers are working on commercializing the brain power here. But can startup spinouts flourish in Baltimore or will they head to greener pastures?
Join us for Switch Baltimore on Monday, Sept. 28 as a part of Baltimore Innovation Week’s Civic Conference to find out. It’s a free event.
A panel of experts will kick off the event with a discussion on the current issues and trends and what that means for the future. Following that discussion, watch five, pre-selected commercialized technologies in the health and sciences as they participate in 10-minute demo pitches. A panel of experts will provide feedback on the pitches, ask questions and engage the audience in a wrap-up conversation.
Join us and take part in the continued growth of Baltimore’s community of health and science professionals, startups and innovators.
There’s no telling where new connections will take you.
Here’s the agenda:
- 1:00 p.m. Registration & Networking
- 1:30 p.m. Welcome & Introductions
- 1:45 p.m. Panel Discussion Begins
- 2:30 p.m. Short Break
- 2:40 p.m. Demo Pitch Introduction & Demo Pitches from:
- 3:30 p.m. Demo Pitch Feedback & Q&A
Here are the panelists:
- Miriam Boer, Founder and CTO, Sonify Biosciences
- Patrick Dougherty, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
- Christopher W. Kersey, Camden Partners
- Rana Quraishi, Director of New Ventures, University of Maryland, Baltimore
- Mary Morris, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
- Ravi Shah, A-Level Capital
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