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Calling all entrepreneurs in Baltimore. We're collecting perspectives on building tech businesses in Maryland.

Director Jan Baum cutting the ribbon on the new 3D Maryland lab this spring. It's part of an entrepreneurship initiative in Howard County. (Photo by Tyler Waldman)

Take a few minutes to participate in our first Technical.ly Startup CEO Survey.
We’ll be taking answers throughout the month of December from entrepreneurs in the U.S. Northeast, from D.C. to NYC. Let’s make sure Baltimore is well represented.
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