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Federal Hill incubator Betamore forms partnership with D.C. incubator 1776

"Under this new partnership, Betamore will join the Startup Federation, a global network of the world’s top startup hubs, all of which share an exclusive member base of startups with highly scalable products or services," according to a press release.

Betamore's community lounge, with doors to the full-time space in the background. (Courtesy photo)
Full disclosure: Betamore cofounder Mike Brenner is a partner with Technical.ly Baltimore, which works on occasion from the Federal Hill incubator.

Washington, D.C.-based incubator 1776 announced a “regional partnership” with Federal Hill incubator and coworking space Betamore.
According to a press release:

Under this new partnership, Betamore will join the Startup Federation, a global network of the world’s top startup hubs, all of which share an exclusive member base of startups with highly scalable products or services.  By partnering, 1776 and Betamore will work closely to link the Washington, DC and Baltimore ecosystems to give the region’s most promising entrepreneurs the mentors, industry experts and connections they need to scale.
The partnership will include joint programming, including investor showcases, increasing the network of resources for startups across the capital region.  Members will also have access on a limited basis to the partners’ campuses for meetings or short periods of time.

Read the press release here
Companies: 76 Forward / Betamore
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