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There is no vacancy at the Highlandtown outpost of the Emerging Technology Centers.
According to an annual report, both the Highlandtown and Eastern campuses of the city-backed incubator were completely filled with companies in 2014. The Highlandtown campus’ Beehive coworking space remains at full capacity as the 2015 AccelerateBaltimore cohort begins work. It added 23 new companies in 2014, and there’s currently a wait list to get in, the report states. Meanwhile the Eastern Campus on E. 33rd St. was filled from February-June 2014, for the first time, the report states.
Overall, ETC added a total of 40 new companies to its incubator programs
“This was the year we focused on strengthening our resident-company pipeline, increasing our brand recognition and reach, and growing our C-level advisors, too,” ETC President Deb Tillett said, referencing the six executives the program added to support its entrepreneurship program.-30-
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