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Partners and Sponsors

Sponsors:    

Thank you to our generous sponsors who help make our events great:  

TEDCO

TEDCO facilitates the creation of Maryland businesses and fosters their growth with the development, transfer and commercialization of technology.  Our role is to be the State’s leading source of funding for seed capital and entrepreneurial business assistance. We are a proud national leader of funding seed/early-stage investments.

Partners    

Thank you to the businesses and individuals who have partnered with Innovate Baltimore:  

Baltimore GamerBaltimoreGamer.com covers the local video game industry news including area companies such as Zenimax, Big Huge Games, Firaxis, Bethesda Softworks and many more. BaltimoreGamer features exciting news and features including interviews, photos, videos, forums and a calendar of area tournaments and events.  Our staff is dedicated to attending local events, connecting with other gamers to bring you the latest news and information.  Join our online community today and connect with video game professionals and players in the area.  

   

City LivingCity Living, is a complimentary magazine published 6 times a year by Absolute NRG, LLC and distributed and mailed to Baltimore City residents and visitors. Each issue features city happenings & area events, articles & interviews, dining reviews, business listings, contests & giveaways, and more.  The magazine, its online counterpart, and its mobile site serve as a resident’s one-stop source for city living.  

   

   

PMA  

Peter Michaels Allen, a freelance designer specializing in web design, user experience design and front-end development.  

   

   

Baltimore Love Project

Baltimore Love Project

The Baltimore Love Project is a citywide public art project initiated by Baltimore Muralist Michael Owen.  The project expresses love by connecting people and communities across Baltimore City through love themed murals.  The goal is to cover the city with 20 positive pieces of public art; 3 murals have already been completed at the Mt. Washington Arboretum, the Gwynns Falls Trail at Carroll Park, and along Eastern Avenue in the bank parking lot in the heart of Highlandtown.    

Photographers: Ruben S. Brown and Tom McConlogue  

   

 
 
 
 
 

   

 

  

 
 
 
 

 

We are looking for new sponsors.  

If are interested in sponsoring a future Innovate Baltimore event, please contact us at email to find out how we can work together and generate exposure for your business among Baltimore area business leaders, entrepreneurs and digital technology enthusiasts. 

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