- Technically Baltimore: Power Moves: Baltimore’s Eric Somerville is the new CEO of Venture for America September 20, 2021 - The recently-appointed CEO of Venture for America is based in Baltimore. Eric Somerville is the new CEO of the national nonprofit organization, which connects recent college grads with two-year fellowships at entrepreneurial firms.… Read More
- Technically Baltimore: These agtech and clean energy startups are entering F3 Tech’s 2021 accelerator September 19, 2021 - Easton-based agricultural innovation accelerator F3 Tech named the next cohort for its program. In all, five companies working in agtech and clean energy will take part in the program, which is backed… Read More
- Technically Baltimore: College Park’s IonQ and the University of Maryland are teaming up to open a $20M quantum lab September 18, 2021 - This fall, the University of Maryland College Park (UMD) and College Park quantum computing company IonQ are partnering up to open the National Quantum Lab (Q-Lab), specializing in research of the technology. Decked out with a commercial… Read More
- Technically Baltimore: Money Moves: Infinite Focus Schools gets $100K investment from TEDCO’s Builder Fund September 17, 2021 - Socio-emotional learning-focused app Infinite Focus Schools received $100,000 in new investment from TEDCO’s Builder Fund, the orgs said this week. Founded by Ashley Williams, Baltimore-based Infinite Focus Schools makes software focused around mindfulness and… Read More
- Baltimore Business: New Hutch incubator space for minority, women-led tech startups debuts downtown September 16, 2021 - Fearless' tech startup incubator, Hutch, now has a new physical home inside the Spark Baltimore coworking spaces at Power Plant Live. Read the full article on the Baltimore Business Journal. Read More
- Technically Baltimore: The Look Ahead: Gary Bonner, executive director of PCs for People Maryland September 8, 2021 - PCs for People, a nonprofit dedicated to digital access, came to Baltimore during the height of the pandemic in summer 2020. Why? It saw a need and had the resources to… Read More
- Time: Telehealth Took Off During the Pandemic. Now, Battles Over State Lines and Licensing Threaten Patients’ Options September 7, 2021 - Televisits for medical care took off during the worst days of the pandemic, quickly becoming commonplace. Throughout, it’s probably seemed like it doesn’t matter what state the provider of these… Read More
- Technically Baltimore: Baltimore City-based ingredients supplier SIMPLi raised a seed round with a goal of supply chain equity September 6, 2021 - Baltimore City-based ingredients supplier SIMPli has raised a seed round as it looks to expand its operations, sales and marketing departments and grow more B2B partnerships. Read the full article on Technically… Read More
- Technically Baltimore: After Paradox acquisition, Traitify cofounders share the lessons that helped them find their niche September 5, 2021 - Paradox, an Arizona company behind recruiting software that automates hiring for large companies like McDonalds, has acquired Baltimore’s personality assessment platform maker, Traitify. The new name of the Highlandtown-headquartered org: Traitify by Paradox.… Read More
- Baltimore Sun: Is Baltimore the Equitech city of the future? We think so. | COMMENTARY September 4, 2021 - The recently released census data for Baltimore provided a snapshot of a post-industrial city in transition. For the naysayers, our shrinking population provides a chance to take shots at Baltimore with well-worn… Read More
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