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Help plan Baltimore Innovation Week 2015

Whether you're an event organizer, influencer, startup founder, innovator or just interested in getting involved, we have the perfect opportunity for you to help shape Baltimore Innovation Week 2015.

2014's "Help Plan BIW" event. (Photo by Corinne Warnshuis)

Have a speaker, theme, venue or new idea you want to see included in Baltimore Innovation Week 2015? Here’s your chance to have it heard.
Join us at HomeSlyce on Wednesday, April 29 from 6-8 p.m., to help us start planning Baltimore Innovation Week 2015.
Hear from Technical.ly event organizers on what’s already in the works, then break into groups to brainstorm ideas that will help inform #BIW15.
We’ll also have pizza and beer courtesy of our partner, Agora Inc.


We’ll again organize Baltimore Innovation Week events into the following tracks:

  • Creative
  • Business
  • Dev
  • Media
  • Civic
  • Access

Join us for a good old-fashioned brainstorm and start getting excited about #BIW15 (we’re less than six months away)!
What is Baltimore Innovation Week?
Baltimore Innovation Week is a weeklong celebration of technology and innovation in Baltimore. The week of events is intended to grow the impact of this innovative region through programming focused on technology, collaboration and improving Baltimore.
This year’s week will take place from Sept. 25-Oct. 3, 2015.
See all our coverage of last year’s Baltimore Innovation Week and check out the #BIW14 wrap video below.

Projects: Baltimore Innovation Week

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