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Sep. 7, 2016 12:56 pm

Baltimore Innovation Week magazine now available at 50+ locations

Check out this map to see where you can pick up your guide to #BIW16.

The cover of the #BIW16 print mag.

(Designed by Red Flag Media)

While it may be the fifth Baltimore Innovation Week, this is only our fourth time creating a print magazine to complement the dozens of events and activities happening from Sept. 23 to Oct. 1 in Baltimore.

The effort it takes to put together 24 pages of ink-worthy content is a challenge for us web folk, but it always ends up being entirely worth it. Our partners at Red Flag Media really stepped up this year with a slick new layout that breathes fresh life into the BIW experience.

In addition to the 50+ events featured in the program’s calendar, the free magazine features original reporting from our editorial team and details on the partners and sponsors that help make the week happen. Not to toot our own horn, but this year’s BIW print magazine has maybe some of the best, freshest, most important community coverage we have ever crammed onto paper. Not to mention, the updated design gave us lots of feels and reminded us why we do what we do.

Go ahead and check it out online right here if you just can’t wait to see what all the hype is about.

Grabbing a physical copy gives you the opportunity to break out your highlighters and use the magazine to map out your event plans. That’s why you should pick up a copy at any of the dozens of locations in the map below.

Find a print mag somewhere? Snap a pic and tweet us at @TechnicallyBMR using the hashtag #BIW16 for a shoutout!

Don’t worry if you don’t score one in advance, they will also be available at all official Baltimore Innovation Week events. Keep in mind that while the print magazine is a great resource, you should always check the Baltimore Innovation Week website for the most up-to-date event details.

See you there!

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Jeanette Lloyd

Jeanette Lloyd is Technically Media's Marketing Manager. She focuses on events marketing, audience development and product marketing. Lloyd thrives on making connections that spark. She draws experience from the corporate (Red Bull NA) and nonprofit (Media In Neighborhoods Group) worlds, and has always been involved with innovative, creative endeavors in events, music, performance, cinema and the arts.

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  • Barry Dennis

    i WISH YOU WOULD RECONSIDER DEVELOPING A MAGAZINE. i FEEL LIKE i’M JOURNEYING BACK IN TIME TECH BALT REPRESENTS A DEVOTION TO DEVELOPING TECH IN BALTO, SO WHY USE 20TH CENTURY COMMUNICATION VENUES INSTEAD OF REINFORCING AND ENHANCING ACCESS TO TECHNICAL.LY BALTIMORE THROUGH MODERN COMM LIKE TWITTER, FACEBOOK, LINKEDiN, AND THROUGH AFFILIATER MARKETING PERHAPS LIKE TECH CRUNCH, CNET, AND OH SO MANY OTHER, TO BUILD A BALTIMORE/MARYAAND-BASED AUDIENCE OF DEVOTED FOLLOWERS, CONTRIBUTORS, AND “TECH-CONNECTS” Bottom line? A magazine doesn’t fit technical.ly Baltimore’s image, environmentally or otherwise. Doesn’t make sense to me.

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