Midway through her 12-city tour of coworking spaces throughout the U.S., designer Jessica Watson has come up with one big lesson for Baltimore.
It’s time “we invest more effectively in the internal talent we have, not just tech but social businesses.”
That’s what Watson, founder of Fells Point-based graphic design and marketing company JWatson Creative, told CityBizList in a recent interview.
Watson has been traveling around to other coworking spaces to get a feel for how other design communities work together, as well as figure out “how different surroundings fuel how and where I work.”-30-
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