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Parking Panda, Groove Commerce among list of 15 best startups to work for

The list was compiled by office design company Turnstone with help from Peter Cappelli, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.

Nick Miller (left) and Adam Zilberbaum, cofounders of Parking Panda.

Parking Panda and Groove Commerce, based in Federal Hill and near Little Italy respectively, were named to a list of the 15 best startups to work for in the U.S.
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The list was compiled by office design company Turnstone with help from Peter Cappelli, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania‘s Wharton School. Startups that were no older than 10 years and employed fewer than 100 people were nominated (no startup could nominate itself), and a panel of judges selected the 15 that appeared on the list.
Parking Panda moved into a new office space in Federal Hill in July, and Groove Commerce just opened its new office space on South Central Avenue.
Read Technical.ly Baltimore’s interview with Parking Panda cofounders Nick Miller and Adam Zilberbaum.

Companies: Groove / Parking Panda / University of Pennsylvania
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