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Baltimore Innovation Week is back and the Business conference is a day you cannot miss.
Why, you ask? We will have three of the hottest events taking place at Price Modern on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Check them out below (we even numbered them for you):
- Technical.ly Introduced: A curated B2B event will give you the opportunity to meet large businesses, like those at Amtrak. You could get the chance to pitch your product or service to members of their purchasing departments by filling out this form. Do it. Fill out the form.
- Start. Fund. Grow. is the next event in the lineup, where you will learn all about funding and growing your business. There will be a mix of informational presentations, case studies, an investor focused panel and a fireside chat to close out the program with John Cammack, Managing Partner Cammack Associates, and FactoryFour CEO Param Shah. They will talk candidly about their investor to organization relationship. I know, pretty cool.
- Last but not least, we will end the day with The Cocktail pA.R.ty: Exploring Workplace Design through an Augmented Reality Scavenger Hunt. Price Modern and BaltiVirtual partnered up to make the ultimate augmented reality scavenger hunt paired with some happy hour drinks and food. Pretty cool “pA.R.ty” pun they have going on. Amirite?
“Oh and best of all, thanks to our organizing partner ETC and longtime business track supporter Saul Ewing, each of these events are free. So, be sure to register with the simple click of a button, no credit cards necessary.”
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