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Betamore is accepting applications from entrepreneurs and companies who want to work at its new space in City Garage.
The new location at the Port Covington innovation hub will have seven private offices, as well as incubator desks and coworking space, according to a release. Options also include one-day passes, and an upgrade that provides access to Betamore’s Federal Hill space. The City Garage location also has two conference rooms.
The nonprofit announced in December that it is working with Sagamore Ventures to build out an 8,000-square-foot location at City Garage.
Plans are currently on track to open in early May, CEO Jen Meyer said in the release.-30-
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