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It’s time: Help us plan Baltimore Innovation Week 2016

Come out and have a say in what the fifth-annual mega-event is all about.

A breakout group during 2015's Help Plan BIW event. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Were you one of the many who wished they had a bigger hand in the past Baltimore Innovation Weeks? Well, allow us to give you that chance at Mt. Vernon Marketplace on Monday, June 13 during our Help Plan Baltimore Innovation Week 2016 event.
Get the scoop from Technical.ly’s events team on what we already have brewing. Then we’ll break into 7 groups based on our editorial tracks (psst, there’s a new one) and brainstorm ideas for community events and #BIW16 overall.
RSVP right here:
OK, so now you should start to decide which of these tracks you’d like to help out with:

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

Don’t worry if more than one piques your interest. You’ll have an opportunity to share your ideas in multiple groups.
Now for the FAQ:
What is Baltimore Innovation Week?
Baltimore Innovation Week is a weeklong celebration of technology and innovation in the Baltimore region. The week of events is intended to grow the impact of this innovative area through programming focused on technology, collaboration and improving Baltimore.
The fifth-annual Baltimore Innovation Week will take place from Sept. 23-Oct. 1, 2016.
Check out all that we’ve accomplished in the last four BIWs:

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