Lean Coffee comes to Baltimore [Events Roundup]

Plus: Local community managers come together to network and collaborate.

Coffee's up. (Photo by Flickr user Gavin St. Ours, used under a Creative Commons license)

How was everyone’s SXSW experience? Baltimore had a great #notatSXSW party last week at Barcocina. Here’s what’s on tap as we close out March.


Is Your Business Ready for Primetime? … This is NOT a game show
Join the Emerging Technology Centers and their celebrity hosts from Grotech Ventures as they dive into the fundraising process, how to present to investors and the current fundraising outlook. This event is open to non-ETC members and is free! Step up your investor readiness game.
Tuesday, March 24
3:30 p.m.
ETC Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore
Community Managers Meetup
Are you building community in Baltimore? Join the rest of the community managers for an evening of networking and collaborative discussion at LMO Advertising’s new Locust Point office.
Tuesday, March 24
6 p.m.
LMO Advertising, 1200 Steuart St., C1, Baltimore
Lean Coffee Baltimore – Charm City Edition
Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive because the agenda for the meeting was democratically generated.
Friday, March 27
7:30 a.m.
ETC Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore

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