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Kinglet expands to Cincinnati

It's the third city for the startup, which helps startups find office space within other startups.

Cincinnati skyline, April 2010. (Photo by Flickr user Ed Devereaux, used under a Creative Commons license)

Kinglet’s marketplace for getting desk space in another firm’s digs is moving into the Midwest.
The Baltimore-based company opened a Cincinnati office this week. It’s the first market outside of the Baltimore-D.C. area for the two-year-old startup that helps other startups find office space. CEO Alex Kopicki has said the company expects more growth in 2016.
The first companies listed in Cincinnati draw on the “Elite Partners” model that Kinglet rolled out earlier this month in Baltimore. A launch party is planned for Friday night, so stop by if you’re in the ‘Nati.


Companies: Kinglet

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