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Can’t afford to host a holiday party? Here’s one for all the Baltimore startups

The nicely titled “Every Startup’s Holiday Party” is at Spark on Dec. 17.

An Exit10 employee becomes a human snow globe for the company's 2014 holiday video. (Screenshot via Vimeo)

Holiday parties aren’t necessarily in the budget for lean-and-mean startups, but that doesn’t mean you should have to spend the month living vicariously through other other companies’ merrymaking.
In the latest creative solution to this December dilemma, Kinglet and Spark are hosting one big bash for as many startups that want to come.
Every Startup’s Holiday Party” is set for Dec. 17 from 6-9 p.m. at Spark’s space in Power Plant Live! While the coworking space has yet to open, it’s already played host to events during Baltimore Innovation Week. Spark also recently announced the hiring of tech scene staple Shervonne Cherry as its community manager.
As far as companies who are making it their party, NewsUp, Loople, TeamBuildr and Sickweather are already signed on.
Get tickets ($10)

Companies: Loople / Kinglet / NewsUp / Sickweather

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