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Want to have a meeting with some awesome companies to talk business and partnerships? During Baltimore Innovation Week, we will have the second edition Technical.ly Introduced: A Curated B2B Event and you will not be disappointed.
It’s a chance for startups and young companies to connect with larger companies. The meetings are a chance pitch your product or service to either decision makers or members of the purchasing departments at the large Baltimore businesses.
Interested in getting in the room? Here’s a lil step by step guide:
Step 1: Apply online using our meeting request form (the more information you give us about your business, the better).
Step 2: We’ll hit up our purchasing reps and they will tell us who they want to meet with. Then we do a little thing called “curated magic.”
Step 3: If you’re selected, we will reach out to you and schedule 5-10 minute meetings so you can pitch your biz.
Step 4: Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at Price Modern between 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. for an awesome networking opportunity to show off what you got.
Apply by Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Here’s who will be there:
Technical.ly Introduced is a part of the BIW17 Business Conference, which is all held on Oct. 3. The day also includes Start. Fund. Grow. where you’ll hear from leaders and entrepreneurs in the the Baltimore startup and tech community who will share how to acquire funding and scale your business in Baltimore. Following the event, Price Modern and BaltiVirtual are hosting The Cocktail pA.R.ty: Exploring Workplace Design through an Augmented Reality Scavanger Hunt.
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