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Greater Baltimore to Silicon Valley (#GB2SV)

In October 2011, about 30 business and community leaders from Greater Baltimore (GB) travelled to Palo Alto, CA. This trip is the second in a series of executive "field trips" organized by the Greater Baltimore Economic Alliance with a purpose of learning first-hand about the success and secrets of other regions.

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Editor's Eye on Baltimore: Rewiring Baltimore - A Conversation with Rob Rosenbaum, CEO of TEDCO (Maryland Technology Development Corporation)

Why is it that every region believes it can emulate the successes of Silicon Valley? If we can just do what they did... But what if that paradigm is the exactly wrong way to go about realizing Baltimore's potential

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Baltimore's Mike Brenner Dishes on Tips, Secrets Gleaned from Silicon Valley

This trip is part of a series of executive "field trips" organized by the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore with a purpose of learning first-hand about the success and secrets of other regions.

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Some Takeaways from Silicon Valley

I’ve put together some key themes that were discussed on the trip including some personal observations relating to Baltimore.

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Howard County Maryland

The trip was designed for Marylanders to better understand the business culture and climate of the Silicon Valley region, and how that climate of success and innovation can be duplicated here.

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Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore Unveils Citizens it Ranks as the "Pride of Baltimore"

It's time we started giving credit where its due in the Baltimore area. That's the thought behind the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore's (EAGB) new "Pride of Baltimore" campaign.

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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Baltimore City Google Team

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake enlisted the support of top business and technology leaders and organizations to assist in Baltimore’s grassroots effort to attract Google Fiber for Communities an initiative that asks American cities and municipalities to compete for up to a billion dollars in fiber optic network infrastructure delivering speeds nearly 100 times faster than most internet connections.

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