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27 Baltimore companies make first cut in 2015 InvestMaryland Challenge

Baltimore-area firms are well represented among the 46 semifinalists.

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Semifinalists were named this week for the 2015 InvestMaryland Challenge. The competition, which is run by the state’s Department of Business and Economic Development, awards $100,000 grants to startups and early-stage companies in four categories.
Baltimore companies are well represented among the 46 semifinalists. Here are the local firms who made the first cut:
Defense and Security

IT Hardware/Software

Life Sciences

Sustainability and Exploration

Companies: DBED (Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development)
Projects: InvestMaryland Challenge

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