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Baltimore TechBreakfast rescheduled // Farmers market vendors embrace startup ethos // Bethesda’s Opnet Technologies to be acquired [Startup Roundup]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem. Tickets to gb.tc‘s Tech Night are still available, where Baltimore-area startups will show off their companies at the Startup Arena. Purchase tickets for Tech Night here. (See all the local startups that will be […]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem.
Tickets to gb.tc‘s Tech Night are still available, where Baltimore-area startups will show off their companies at the Startup Arena. Purchase tickets for Tech Night here. (See all the local startups that will be there, including Technically Baltimore, here.)

The Baltimore TechBreakfast will take place Nov. 1 at DLA Piper in Mt. Washington. This is a rescheduled date due to Hurricane Sandy.
Local DIY food vendors are dipping their toes into the entrepreneurial waters, according to Bmore Media. Four different Baltimore Farmers Market vendors have opened retail locations in recent years, including startup vegan bakery Dirty Carrots, which just opened a retail store last month.

Bethesda-based Opnet Technologies, a “provider of solutions for IT service assurance,” according to its website, is being acquired by San Franciso-based Riverbed Technology, reports the Baltimore Business Journal.
Companies: gb.tc / TechBreakfast

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