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Baltimore, Eastern Shore coworking spaces partner up

If you work out of the Emerging Technology Centers, you now have access to the beach-friendly hotDesks. Get to it.

This is the main room of hotDesks, a coworking space in Salisbury. (Courtesy photo)

Emerging Technology Centers and Eastern Shore coworking space hotDesks are offering coworking tradesies.
The new “alliance” between the two spaces gives ETC and hotDesks members a chance to get access to a desk at each other’s spaces if their members happen to be on the other’s turf.
“Members of hotDesks can now spend the day in Baltimore knowing they have a desk and wi-fi when they need it and ETC members can spend more time on the Eastern Shore,” a press release states.
Anyone coming from the Eastern Shore and planning to work in Baltimore should give 24 hours’ notice, but they’ll get access to community space and conference rooms at the ETC’s Haven campus in Highlandtown.
hotDesks has locations in Easton, Salisbury and Pocomoke City. The organization plans to open a fourth space in Cambridge. For anyone looking to maximize their time, we’ll point out that those locations are on the way to the beach.
ETC also recently came to an agreement with the newly-nonprofit Betamore that allows members to work in Federal Hill.

Companies: Emerging Technology Centers (ETC Baltimore) / Betamore

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