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Help Plan Baltimore Innovation Week 2013 [EVENT]

We’re already gearing up for the second annual Baltimore Innovation Week in September, and we want you to help plan it! Come Thursday Feb. 28 evening in Federal Hill for a fun, interactive brainstorming event to think big for next fall’s chance to show off Baltimore. RSVP here. In case you missed it last year, […]

We’re already gearing up for the second annual Baltimore Innovation Week in September, and we want you to help plan it!
Come Thursday Feb. 28 evening in Federal Hill for a fun, interactive brainstorming event to think big for next fall’s chance to show off Baltimore.
RSVP here.

In case you missed it last year, #biw13 is a week-long celebration of technology and innovation in Baltimore. The annual week of events is intended to grow the impact of this innovative region through programming focused on technology, collaboration and improving Baltimore.
At the inaugural BIW last September, more than 1,500 people attended more than 30 events. Read last year’s wrap-up and check out the calendar of events.
With the growth and heightened visibility of the technology and innovation community in Baltimore since then, we expect that this year’s BIW will be even bigger and better… and that’s where you come in!
Join us at Fed Hill incubator Betamore on Feb. 28th for a meetup that will be focused on getting some input from the community. This means we’ll spend some time meeting each other over light refreshments, and then we’ll get right into brainstorming the great ideas that will help lead some of the planning considerations for #biw13.
Come help us bring BIW 2013 to life!

Companies: Betamore

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