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Remember how the Bourse in Old City was trying to attract tech startups?
Here’s one convert: ChargeItSpot.
Fresh off closing a $3.2 million round, the charging station company moved from 1650 Arch Street to a smaller office in the Bourse because it didn’t need all 7,500 square feet that it previously occupied, said CEO Doug Baldasare.
ChargeItSpot now has a 2,500-square-foot office for its 30 employees, half of which are full-time. It stores its charging stations in the office and a private storage space in the Bourse.-30-
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