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Voting is now open for the 3rd-annual Baltimore Innovation Awards

Now's your chance to pick the tech scene's best and brightest.

A mockup of our new 2015 award, designed by Fab Lab Baltimore. (Photo courtesy of Fab Lab Baltimore)
It’s that time again: Help pick the chosen few deserving of a Baltimore Innovation Award!

This is a chance to recognize individuals and organizations that are making change, innovating in their field and growing Baltimore’s tech community.
OrderUp was the 2014 Tech Business of the Year and look what they’ve been up to in the year since. Coincidence? 😉
Click here for the full list of 2014 winners.

Vote now

Voting is open until Friday, Sept. 25 and winners will be announced during Baltimore Innovation Week 2015 (Sept. 25-Oct. 3). Join us at the awards ceremony from 6:30-7:00 p.m. during Beta City on Thursday, Oct. 1.

The Baltimore Innovation Week awards are an annual online vote highlighting the best in new thinking. After public nominations, the Technical.ly Baltimore team curates a list of nominees to be voted on by the local tech community — one vote per person. Though candidates can be nominated in multiple years and for different categories, no one can win the same category more than once (sorry, OrderUp). The spirit is to welcome in new leaders.

You can purchase early bird tickets to the awards event here. Don’t miss it.

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