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Localist Relocates to D.C. from Baltimore

by | Jan 27, 2015

Localist, a startup that makes an interactive event marketing calendar, is leaving Baltimore for the Washington, D.C., area. As it grows, the company wants to be closer to a bigger center of the marketing industry, CEO Mykel Nahorniak told Technical.ly Baltimore.

Localist, currently based in Canton, has fewer than a dozen employees, but Nahorniak was one of the earlier founders active in the Baltimore city tech community that has grown in the last decade following the dot-com bubble burst. Though his leaving, “perhaps presaged by his concerns about the region not being a national hotbed will be used as an example of Baltimore losing important anchor companies, he credits the community here for helping the firm grow,” stated Technical.ly Baltimore.

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