We have soft-launched a sister publication called Technically Baltimore and are working with a slew of community partners in Charm City to throw the first ever Baltimore Innovation Week at the end of September.
This is follow up on the April announcement of our plans, in our effort to keep you, dear reader, posted. In other recent internal news, we also announced last week the dates of the third annual Philly Tech Week, due for April 2013, and that this flagship, Technically Philly, is getting sweet new office space in University City.
Philadelphia and Baltimore face so many similar challenges and have so many familiar opportunities that we think it’s a great asset to come to know and begin to connect them both.
And, while we’re talking about ourselves so boastfully and in such an un-news-like tone, we’ll share with you that the esteemed Nieman Journalism Lab deigned to profile our recent growth.
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