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NET/WORK is the place to find your next tech job [Events Roundup]

Plus: Panel discussions on cybersecurity and healthcare in the region.

The founders of Launch Lane's inaugural cohort. (Courtesy photo)

This week, pick which of the pillars of the Baltimore tech community you’ll learn more about — cybersecurity, healthcare or finance. Oh, and see who’s hiring at’s tech jobs fair on Thursday.


bwtech@UMBC CYBERInnovation Briefing
Join the bwtech@UMBC cyber incubator for its “The Start Up Yellow Brick Road: Going from Service to Product Company” event. Hear from expert panelists discussing the challenges associated with transitioning your business from a service company to a products company.
Wednesday, Feb. 18
8:00-11:30 a.m.
5520 Research Park Dr., Suite 110, Baltimore.
Is Your Business Ready For Primetime? This is Not a Game Show
Are you ready to fight for your financials? Do you want to wear the finance hat on your team? Join the ETC for its first financial readiness program,”Don’t Put Your Business in Jeopardy! Get Your Accounting in Order.” 
Presenters for this are Josh Marshall, president of MFS Accounting and Caroline Worrall, CFO of SalesWarp.
Wednesday, Feb. 18
3:30-4:30 p.m.
ETC Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore.
RSVP. FREE. Baltimore’s NET/WORK
Calling all job seekers! Don’t miss this tech-focused job fair happening at the ETC Haven Campus. It’s free for students to attend. Not looking for a job? No problem! Come by from 6-7 p.m. for some networking. To see the full list of what’s happening, check out this post.
Thursday, Feb. 19
4-7 p.m.
ETC Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore.
Get tickets. FREE for students, $10 for job seekers.

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Healthcare Business Association Conference
Join JHU for “Unlocking Healthcare Innovations & Investments.” They’ll be exploring the integration and impact of new technologies, including mobile health and telemedicine, in the business model of health services, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Click here for the full list of speakers.
Saturday, Feb. 21
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Carey Business School/Legg Mason Towers, 100 International Dr., Baltimore.
Get tickets.


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