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If you’ve got a startup in Dover — or don’t mind a commute to Dover — the Kent County Levy Court Administration Building has 2,000 square feet it’s looking to fill with innovators.
As reported by Delaware State News, Jim Waddington, executive director of Kent Economic Partnership, saw the prime unused space and, inspired by coworking spaces in Wilmington and Middletown, helped make it a workspace for the Kent County Emerging Enterprise Development Center (KCEEDC).
The KCEEDC plans to have up to 10 startups in the space starting in October.-30-
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