Harbor Bank Plans Incubator to Support Minority Startups, Entrepreneurs

Harbor Bank of Maryland plans to open a new downtown coworking space to support local African-American entrepreneurs and startups.

The bank is using a vacant floor in its headquarters building at 25 W. Fayette St. for the project that will serve as part-incubator/accelerator and part-community development hub, said Calvin Young, vice president of Harbor Bank’s Community Development Corp.

For more on the story from the Baltimore Business Journal, click here.

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