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Baltimore’s appeal and a product development partnership reeled in this startup’s HQ

Jul. 19, 2021 8:17 am

Baltimore’s appeal and a product development partnership reeled in this startup’s HQ

Wire Pulse recently moved its HQ to Baltimore. CEO Jason Zielke talks about why, as well as how the company combines sensors and software to help manage the cable reels that undergird broadband and power.
Power Moves: Cory J. Anderson is Venture for America’s new local lead in Baltimore

Jul. 16, 2021 4:29 pm

Power Moves: Cory J. Anderson is Venture for America’s new local lead in Baltimore

Plus, key leadership hires at Sonavex, Bio Technical Institute of Maryland and Response Labs.
Here’s where Maryland played a role in ID Technologies’ acquisition of Columbia-based Attila Security

Jul. 16, 2021 11:57 am

Here’s where Maryland played a role in ID Technologies’ acquisition of Columbia-based Attila Security

The cybersecurity company wants to have a presence near talent and government operators at Fort Meade. All team members of Attila Security will join Ashburn, Virginia-based ID Technologies.
In first half of 2021, VC funding for Maryland companies is already blowing past last year’s totals

Jul. 14, 2021 4:53 pm

In first half of 2021, VC funding for Maryland companies is already blowing past last year’s totals

The Baltimore region and the state are putting up strong venture capital numbers, per the PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor. In Q2, Maryland saw $486.5 million invested across 41 deals, significantly topping the same quarter of 2020.
Eyeing hybrid conferences on the horizon, Cadmium is acquiring Baltimore’s EventRebels

Jul. 13, 2021 12:54 pm

Eyeing hybrid conferences on the horizon, Cadmium is acquiring Baltimore’s EventRebels

Cadmium, which counts two-thirds of its team in the Baltimore area, will add EventsRebels' registration capabilities for conferences and trade shows. It's the latest in a series of acquisitions designed to build a platform that merges events and education.
This UMBC-born medical device startup got accepted into Y Combinator

Jul. 12, 2021 1:25 pm

This UMBC-born medical device startup got accepted into Y Combinator

Astek Diagnostics is developing a platform to help doctors treating sepsis. Before getting the attention of the well-known SF accelerator, it previously received funding through TEDCO's Maryland Innovation Initaitive, and won national competitions.
Power Moves: USM Vice Chancellor Tom Sadowski is MEDCO’s next executive director

Jul. 9, 2021 4:52 pm

Power Moves: USM Vice Chancellor Tom Sadowski is MEDCO’s next executive director

Plus, Catalyte wins an award from Microsoft, and new roles for longtime tech leaders at Think Systems and Early Charm Ventures.
A $5M scholarship fund is supporting digital tech credentials for women and minorities at DMV universities

Jul. 9, 2021 12:44 pm

A $5M scholarship fund is supporting digital tech credentials for women and minorities at DMV universities

The Greater Washington Partnership's Capital CoLAB is looking to support 2,000 students by 2025. "We realize that we have to think differently," said one employer.
These Maryland businesses won funding from TEDCO’s rural tech initatives

Jul. 8, 2021 1:36 pm

These Maryland businesses won funding from TEDCO’s rural tech initatives

Through a pair of initiatives, TEDCO made a combined nine grants and investments to businesses working on technology for kitchens, farms and more.
Owings Mills-based investment firm Greenspring Associates acquired by StepStone in $725M deal

Jul. 7, 2021 5:06 pm

Owings Mills-based investment firm Greenspring Associates acquired by StepStone in $725M deal

The deal means a prominent name in the Baltimore landscape of firms that back high-growth companies will become part of a publicly-traded company. Greenspring's entire team will join StepStone.

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