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A milspouse-run company is the exemplar for remote work

When Erica McMannes began creating remote teams of employees, she had just moved to California with her spouse, an active duty service member. McMannes was able to secure a job with a Silicon Valley startup who needed an “in” with the military community at bases around the country. 

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Instant Teams Ranks No. 208 on the 2022 Inc. 5000 Annual List

Today, Inc. revealed that Instant Teams is No. 208 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful privately owned businesses.

How can Baltimore better support its startup founders? Several told us how

Technical.ly invited leaders from the 2022 Baltimore RealLIST Startups roster and the city’s tech sector to discuss these and other questions about local startups’ future. This led us to a virtual discussion that drew from the forward-looking editorial theme of Web3 month.

Cyber startup Sicura wraps seed funding round

Cybersecurity startup Sicura announced yesterday the close of its seed funding round. The money raised will support the Baltimore-based company’s plans to grow its sales, business development and marketing operations through 2022.

Pittsburgh-based BTVC Fund makes its first startup company investment

BTVC Fund, a Pittsburgh-based fund focused on investing in early-stage technology companies throughout the region and in the Midwest, announced it participated in its first investment in a startup company; remote talent marketplace platform Instant Teams, which is headquartered in Rehoboth, Delaware.

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Remote Talent Marketplace Instant Teams Raises $13 Million Series A Led by Tiger Global

Instant Teams, the remote talent marketplace platform that builds and manages remote teams from 26,000+ database of military-connected, remote-certified workers, has today announced it raised a Series A funding round led by Tiger Global. 

Reimagining work-life balance with Instant Teams Co-Founder and CEO Liza Rodewald

Welcome to another episode of The Female Founder with Bridget Fitzpatrick, Co-founder of ASBN and the CBT Automotive Network. The Female Founder is a show all about helping women grow their businesses and reach their full potential.

Power Moves: Onyx Point spinout Sicura promotes Lisa Umberger to CEO

Kendall Moore will take over Umberger’s former position as the Baltimore cybersecurity company’s chief product officer. Sicura spun out of Onyx Point, an 11-year-old government contracting company from Hanover that focuses on IT infrastructure and security, in 2021.

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