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Inner Harbor-based Camden Partners raises $130M fund [Startup Roundup]

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who’s getting funded?

Paperless Transaction Management Inc., based near Oriole Park at Camden Yards, has raised $815,000 in debt, according to SEC filings. The company owns several subsidiary firms that “offer electronic signature services.”
Inner Harbor-based private equity firm Camden Partners has “just closed on a $130 million fund to invest in growing, middle-market companies,” according to the Baltimore Business Journal. Senior partner at the fund David Warnock is also the founder of the Warnock Family Foundation, responsible for making $1,000 grant payments to the group of social entrepreneurs highlighted in the first edition of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal.

who’s making moves?

In the fall, the University of Maryland, College Park, will launch an online master’s program in technology entrepreneurship, reports The Daily Record.
Cybersecurity company Jovian Concepts has decided on Columbia, Md., as the spot for its new headquarters, reports the Baltimore Business Journal. The firm had been operating out of Baltimore County.

Companies: Camden Partners / Warnock Family Foundation / University of Maryland College Park

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