Why Baltimore Podcasts in Partnership with WYPR

Why Baltimore- Ed Callahan


In the last decade, the Baltimore region has quietly emerged as a hub for marketing and creative agencies developing a reputation for branding and digital marketing not only for many local businesses but for national and global brands.

Why Baltimore- Greg Vetter


Zagat ranked Baltimore 2nd as a top food city. In addition to maker spaces that encourage design and manufacturing, the Baltimore region is home to a growing number of food incubators and commercial teaching kitchens like B-More Kitchen and Baltimore Food Hub, that are providing jobs and helping to grow new businesses. Joining us today for Why Baltimore is Greg Vetter, Oldest Brother and co-founder of Tessemae’s All Natural, producer of dressings, marinades and spreads made in Baltimore. 

Why Baltimore- Augie Chiasera

 

The Greater Baltimore region ranks 13th among the 25 largest metros for job growth, comparable to Washington, D.C., New York and San Diego.  And more than $1 billion has been invested in Maryland firms in the last year.  Joining us today for Why Baltimore is Augie Chiasera, President of M&T Bank Greater Baltimore. 

Why Baltimore- Jennifer Robert Lord


Forbes Magazine named Maryland one of the fastest-growing states for tech jobs, and according to the recently-released BioHealth Innovation Index, the Central Maryland-DC market is positioned to be a top 3 biohealth market by 2023.  Joining us today for Why Baltimore is Robert Lord, CEO and co-founder of Protenus, a Baltimore-based health IT company that has developed a data security platform that protects patient privacy in electronic health records. 

Why Baltimore- Jennifer Bodensiek


Joining us today for Why Baltimore is Jennifer Bodensiek, President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, a non-profit that is helping young people lay the foundation for career success so Baltimore's job pipeline stays strong.

Why Baltimore- Demian Costa


Joining us this week for Why Baltimore is Demian Costa, Managing Partner of Sagamore Ventures, the venture-capital subsidiary of Plank Industries dedicated to support, counsel and capitalization with a focus on investments in Baltimore City.

Why Baltimore- Michael Rosenbaum

With nearly 300,000 skilled information technology professionals, the Greater Baltimore-Washington region is the most densely concentrated market in the world. As part of this market, career and growth opportunities in data have emerged. Joining us today for Why Baltimore is Michael Rosenbaum, CEO of Pegged Software, a predictive analytics firm based here in Baltimore.