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NextFab announces plans for new location, Councilman Green wants electronic governance, Philly Flower Show has an app [LINKS]

NextFab Studio Expanding to New Location on Washington Avenue  [Geekadelphia] “NextFab Studio is expanding with a new facility at 2025 Washington Avenue in the Southwest Center City area this summer.” NextFab plans larger studio, cafe at 2025 Washington [] Joe DiStefano covers the expansion, too. Bill Green won’t give up on dream of all electronic […]

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Companies: Bentley Systems / EEB Hub / Franklin Institute / NextFab / NuPathe / Pennsylvania Horticultural Society / Sunoco

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