Courtesy Citybizlist – Betamore, the co-creation of Greg Cangialosi, Mike Brenner, and Sean Lane, will combine elements of an incubator, accelerator, and co-working space all in one urban campus for technology and entrepreneurship.
The 8,000 sqft campus, announced late last year, will be located in Federal Hill and feature two large classrooms, dedicated office space and conference rooms for tech startups, and a membership-based community co-working area for events and happy hours.
The details, shrouded and coy, emerged in a post from Brenner recently in which he described it this way:
“We’re positioning Betamore as an urban campus for technology and entrepreneurship with a two-fold mission. First, it aims to stimulate the establishment and growth of technology-based startup companies through business collaboration, incubation, and mentorship. Second, and arguably most important, we’ll be offering an education to the public community led by current industry experts. Betamore’s educational curriculum aims to fill the gap between the offerings of a traditional liberal arts education and the skills required for 21st century jobs.”
More specific information, including participants, launch date, exact location, was unavailable.
Betamore’s website is here.
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