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hotDesks: Salisbury’s first coworking space opens next Wednesday

The 1,800-square-foot space has workspace for up to 40 people.

Mike Thielke, right, executive director of Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center (ESEC), will welcome Maryland Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown to officially open hotDesks, the Eastern Shore’s first coworking space in Salisbury.

Salisbury on the Eastern Shore is getting its first coworking space, hotDesks. The space officially opens June 26 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
As Technically Baltimore reported, hotDesks was one of five locations in the Mid-Atlantic (and one of 80 locations in the U.S. and abroad) to host the second International Space Apps Challenge.
According to a press release, the 1,800-square-foot space with workspace for up to 40 people is equipped with:

  • 24/7 magnetic-card security access
  • whiteboard wall
  • network printer
  • cell phone signal booster
  • fax, copier and shredder
  • a separate area for making private phone and video calls, as well as a conference room
  • kitchen space

Soon hotDesks will also have a desktop 3D printer. It’s $150 per month for full-time members to rent space, and $20 per day for drop-in workers. The effort is spearheaded by Mike Thielke, the executive director and sole employee of the Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center.

Companies: Eastern Shore Entrepreneurship Center

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