Baltimore Innovation Week 2021 is back for its 10th year for a three-day virtual celebration with multiple independently produced events that are focused on showcasing local companies and good news stories that have emerged during these continuously changing and trying times. There are 20+ Official Partners working together to bring attendees an unforgettable and inspiring experience.
Save your seat at spotlight discussions from experts in every field, workshops from top companies, and networking with local businesses. You’ll have an insider look at the positive effect this city is having on the U.S. and World markets with premiere access to the latest products and ideas.
This annual event series is a unique collaborative effort from industry leaders across seven defined sectors. This is where technology meets science, creatives, students, entrepreneurs, sales representatives, marketing executives, economic developers, social activists and everyone in-between. The best part? It’s all FREE.
Register for each session by ticket. You will recieve an individual virtual meeting link for the session each morning.
Learn more about sessions, sponsors, and more at 2021.Baltimoreinnovationweek.com
2021 Sponsors & Partners
Maryland Department of Commerce – Emerging Technology Centers – Technical.ly
Amazon Web Services – B-Fit – Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance – Brite.us – Cohado, INC. – Dundalk Renaissance Corporation – emocha Health – Enradius – Ennoble Venture Partners, LLC. – Further Insights – Greater Washington Partnership – Helpful – HR Geckos – Hutch – Infinite Biomedical Technologies LLC – Jess Gartner – Johns Hopkins FastForward U – Kiinetics – MAPS Media – Maryland Development Center – MethodData – Maryland Momentum Fund – Moms As Entrepreneurs – Pixilated – Response Labs – Shulman Rogers – Social Innovation Lab at Johns Hopkins University – Spark Baltimore – SpreadKarma – Squadra Ventures – Stewart Design Agency – TechSlice, LLC – Towson University – Trustate – U.S. Commercial Service – University of Baltimore – University of Maryland, Baltimore and the Graduate Research Innovation District, the “Grid” – Venture for America – Visit Baltimore