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Port 100 co-working space pitches greater entrepreneurial support in Geneva

The next operator of the city’s co-working space sees a broader vision for the Castle Street site: an entrepreneurial support program.

Maureen Ballatori, owner of the 29 Design marketing company and a founding member of Port 100, which opened in 2017, wants the city and Port 100 to work in partnership to foster startups as part of an effort to create jobs for all socioeconomic levels in the city.

Her company has done just that. Ballatori’s 29 Design firm went to Port 100 three years ago and now has five full-time employees, with plans to hire two more by the end of the year.

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