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Project Pop-Up will be in 7 Delaware towns this year

The state-backed free office space program is growing as it enters its fourth year.

Hello, Delaware City. Businesses need to apply by Aug. 10. (Photo by Flickr user Bernt Rostad, used under a Creative Commons license)

Project Pop-Up, the federally-funded Delaware Economic Development Office program that offers free office space for three months to select new Delaware businesses, is expanding capacity this year.
Now in its fourth iteration, the program will be offering space at 13 different locations in seven Delaware towns come November: Delaware City, Dover, Laurel, Milford, Seaford and Smyrna. The program is considering opening up spaces in Wilmington, Middletown and Bridgeville later in the year.
Applications (due by Aug. 10) will be reviewed by program managers, who will make a decision on who’s in and who’s out by Aug. 28.
Worth noting: last year’s Project Pop-Up included an incubator at 9th and Shipley Streets in Wilmington, and included roving makerspace Barrel of Makers.
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Companies: Delaware Economic Development Office

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