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Nov. 17, 2016 10:39 am

Here’s what happened at the TEDCO Entrepreneur Expo

The startup-centered event was held in Baltimore this year. Here's a social media rundown of what happened.
Mayor-elect Catherine Pugh talked to founders at the 2016 TEDCO Entrepreneur Expo.

Mayor-elect Catherine Pugh talked to founders at the 2016 TEDCO Entrepreneur Expo.

(Photo by Stephen Babcock)

TEDCO’s Entrepreneur Expo came to Baltimore this year, hosting an all-day session at the Hilton on Monday.

The annual event attracts founders, investors and other community members from around the state. For the past several years, it was held in Columbia.

The sessions varied between helping startups gain exposure, as well as gain insight. In a space that overlooked Camden Yards, it was fitting that the event had a “pitching mound” and a talk on baseball data science from Orioles Director of Analytics Sarah Gelles.

There were plenty of tips on building a business from community leaders:

Startup Alley gave companies a chance to demo:

Robert Wallace of Bithenergy and Tenable Network Security founder Ron Gula gave the keynotes:

Mayor-elect Catherine Pugh also stopped by:

Plus, beer:

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