Did your company just get funded? Do you dread going downtown? Well, Roxbury will be home for startup space.
Boston.com recently reported on the emerging start-up incubator:
Rosenzweig’s non-profit, Smarter in the City, hopes to have an incubator up and running by June, with space for a half-dozen companies. But he’s still in the process of rounding up prospective corporate sponsors to support the idea, and applying for grants from The Boston Foundation and others.
The full Boston.com article is available, here
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