Tag: entrepreneuership

Baltimore Innovation Week Returns To Talk Local Tech, Science, Gaming and More

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Charm City’s entrepreneurs, community leaders, scientists, developers, gamers and others are all convening once again for the sixth annual Baltimore Innovation Week.

MICA’s Entrepreneurs-in-Residence Coming to Open Works Starting June 1

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A mobile shelter designed by Dylan Banghart, a new Open Works entrepreneur-in-residence. Photo via MICA.

A new formal partnership between MICA and the Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation (BARCO) is beginning to materialize. Next month, six of the school’s graduates and students will get their own reserved spaces at maker space Open Works to bring their creative, entrepreneurial plans to fruition.

Friends School of Baltimore Welcomes Warren Berger This Thursday

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Friends School of Baltimore will welcome best-selling author Warren Berger to the Forbush Auditorium on Thursday, February 2, 7 to 9 pm, to share insights from his latest book, “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” Admission is free.

Warren Berger At Friends School of Baltimore Next Week

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Friends School of Baltimore will welcome best-selling author Warren Berger to the Forbush Auditorium on Thursday, February 2, 7 to 9 pm, to share insights from his latest book, “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” Admission is free.

Friends School of Baltimore to Welcome Warren Berger

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Friends School of Baltimore will welcome best-selling author Warren Berger to the Forbush Auditorium on Thursday, February 2, 7 to 9 pm, to share insights from his latest book, “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” Admission is free.

Johns Hopkins Teaches Scientists to Talk Business

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Johns Hopkins launches new biotech entrepreneurship program

Here’s a bleak number for you:  95 percent of biopharmaceutical companies fail. According to Johns Hopkins’ Lynn Johnson Langer, that’s in part because, traditionally, “business people and scientists didn’t speak each other’s language. They didn’t always respect each other.”

Buying Local Blooms in Floral Industry

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Courtesy of Bmore Media – Combine an entrepreneurial spirit, a love of floral design, and a passion for the community. Local Color Flowers, a floral design business in Hampden, is the result.

Owner Ellen Frost took these seemingly disparate elements and pieced them together to create a floral business.

Most shops import flowers and ship them thousands of miles in non-biodegradable material. Colombia and Ecuador accounted for 90-98 percent of all roses, carnations, and chrysanthemums sold in the United States last year, according to All America-Phillip’s Flower Shops. By the time they reach the store, “fresh” bouquets are days old.

Baltimore Tech Conference Celebrates Failure?

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Courtesy of Citybizlist – The tarpaulin was on the field at Clarence “Du” Burns Arena. The MC wore a Meh t-shirt. The enforcer brandished an accordion. A Fail-Off competition ensued. And the audience was on the field, not in the stands.

We are talking about the Bmore Fail conference, organized by the gb.tc to demystify the idea that failing in entrepreneurial endeavors is a natural evolution of the process … and not something to be feared.

The Friday event drew approximately 300 participants from around Baltimore and featured a diverse panel of presenters: Dr. Paul Foster, Internal Medicine Program director at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center; Tracy Gosson, president of Sagesse; Rodney Foxworth, board member of Social Enterprise Alliance, Maryland chapter and advisory board member of Digital Harbor Foundation; and others.

The brainchild of gb.tc Chief Instigator Jason Hardebeck, Bmore Fail focused on outing failures in a public way.

Hardebeck’s idea – leveraged from an Ignites presentation by Bizelo founder Ron Schmelzer (who plays a mean accordion, incidentally) – is about cultivating a more liberated mentality when it comes to entrepreneurship in Baltimore.

– Fail, learn, and move on

– Success is not a series of consecutive victories … it includes failure

– Fail, learn, pivot, and go forward …

Read more at Citybizlist