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Baltimore Innovation Week 2014 will be held Sept. 12-20

We're blowing through another Baltimore spring, and that means we're getting ready for another Baltimore Innovation Week, our third annual week-long series of community events aimed at highlighting the technology and innovation work happening locally.

A team at FIRST Robotics' Battle O' Baltimore in 2012. (Photo courtesy of FIRST Robotics)

We’re blowing through another Baltimore spring, and that means we’re getting ready for another Baltimore Innovation Week, our third annual week-long series of community events aimed at highlighting the technology and innovation work happening locally.
For the past two years, BIW has landed in the final week of September, but this year (to engage university students and skip overlapping with a holiday), we’ll host the event Fri. Sept. 12 to Sat. Sept. 20.
Interested in organizing an event? All the information you need to organize an event can be found on the Baltimore Innovation Week website FAQ.
Some important deadlines you should be aware of include:

  • Fri. July 1, 2014: Event proposals due. High-res images & logo due.
  • Fri. July 18, 2014: Confirmed event venue, date and timing due. (These details may not be changed after this date.)
  • Mon. Aug 4, 2014: Deadline for final event details.

If you are a startup interested in having a demo table at an event, or a speaker interested in giving a talk, fill out the appropriate form below:

Finally, get a sneak peek at the early calendar listings up on the official website for Baltimore Innovation Week 2014.

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