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Who’s leading the 2013 Baltimore Innovation Week Awards?

More than 1,500 votes have been cast in the first ever people’s choice Baltimore Innovation Week Awards. With just two days left to vote, we wanted to share a preview of who’s winning in a few of the most popular categories

More than 1,500 votes have been cast in the first ever people’s choice Baltimore Innovation Week Awards.
With just two days left to vote, we wanted to share a preview of who’s winning in a few of the most popular categories — and, believe us, each category is close. If you haven’t yet, now is the time to cast your vote. (You can only vote once from an IP address, but do spread the word!)
Vote for the Baltimore Innovation Week Awards until Fri. Sept 13
(So as not to completely give away the winners, the leading candidates are ordered alphabetically below, not by their current ranking)
Most Innovative Startup of the Year:

  • Parking Panda
  • Red Owl Analytics
  • Riskive

Design/Dev Firm of the Year:

  • The Canton Group
  • Cynergy
  • R2Integrated

Colocation or Incubator Space of the Year:

  • Betamore
  • bwtech@UMBC
  • ETC

Most Innovative College or University:

  • Johns Hopkins
  • University of Baltimore
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Meetup of the Year

  • Baltimore Lean Startup
  • Data Science MD
  • TechBreakfast

Artist of the Year:

  • Baltimore Rock Opera Society
  • Dan Deacon
  • Michael Owen

See the winners of these categories and 15 more announced at the Innovation Celebration, a huge party closing out Baltimore Innovation Week 2013 on Fri. Sept. 27 in Tide Point.
RSVP for the Innovation Celebration here

Companies: ZeroFOX / Baltimore TechBreakfast / Cynergy / R2integrated / RedOwl Analytics / University of Baltimore / Parking Panda / Bio-Rad Laboratories / Betamore

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