Center for Emerging Technologies

Emerging Technology Center completes move into new

KingCorkDoors are open at 101 North Haven Street, as the Emerging Technology Center (ETC) finished moving from its previous office inside Canton’s Can Company complex and into its new, third-floor office inside the old King Cork and Seal Building this weekend.

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half1aThe 20, 000-square-foot space split between halves of the same floor is slightly smaller than the 50, 000 square feet the ETC had inside its Canton office. But as ETC president Deb Tillett told Baltimore in April, the new office is a “chance to start ‘fresh’ to really define what the space would be.” Tillett took over the job as ETC president in summer 2012.

The new building sits to the east of Patterson Park and is near the Highlandtown neighborhood. It’s inside an, which makes the 10 technology companies that have already committed to office space inside the ETC Highlandtown eligible for tax credits.half1b ies are working from the ETC’s new building at 101 N. Haven St., although two of those companies, including Lyft, are affiliate companies that pay to use services at the ETC’s new space or at its other location at Johns Hopkins University – Eastern Campus on 33rd Street.

In addition to office space, the new location is also equipped with showers in the bathroom facilities and a small gym, which is on the second floor of the building.

hafl2bA nonprofit created in 1999, the ETC is overseen by the Baltimore Development Corporation, which provides one-third of the ETC’s annual $2.1 million budget. Much of the other two-thirds the ETC raises by renting out office space and affiliate services — coworking space, for example — to tech companies. For two years running, the ETC has overseen AccelerateBaltimore, the city’s homegrown accelerator through which startups receive $25, 000 in seed funding and free affiliate memberships at the ETC for a three-month period.

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Seminar for Recruiters 4/23

by Vince

Vince Bafetti, Technologist, presents:
Recruiting for the Infrastructure:
Developing Business in Emerging Technology Markets
Monday, April 23, 2001
Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
Recruiting for the Infrastructure prepares students to follow the VC money and start recruiting for the companies creating the next wave of value in the new economy. This two-hour course explains the technologies and market forces behind the growth in Internet infrastructure—-data networking and storage equipment and services—-and provides tools to use in recruiting and business development

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