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Feedback wanted: What did you think of Baltimore Innovation Week 2015?

Thanks to everyone who came out!

At the #BIW15 Future of Digital Marketing Conference. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

We can’t believe another Baltimore Innovation Week has come and gone! Huge thanks to all of the amazing community partners, event organizers, sponsors, attendees, speakers and everyone who helped to make it all happen.
[Editor’s note: This is a monumental effort led by Technical.ly’s events team. Join me in giving Catherine Sontag a round of applause for all her hard work. ???]
We’ll be doing a more formal recap in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, we want to hear from you!
How can we make next year even better? What were some positive experiences you took from the week? How many events did you make it out to?
Please take a few moments to share your thoughts and feedback and fill out our Baltimore Innovation Week survey.

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Additionally, if you attended any of the Technical.ly conferences, please make sure you fill out our individual event surveys:

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