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  • Video: I/O Lab working to be Sacramento tech hub

    I/O Labs founder Brandon Webber talks about the vision for the tech incubator and work hub. Webber hopes the old bank building will have a positive impact on downtown Sacramento and the local tech scene.

I/O Labs founder Brandon Webber talks about the vision for the tech incubator and work hub. Webber hopes the old bank building will have a positive impact on downtown Sacramento and the local tech scene. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
I/O Labs founder Brandon Webber talks about the vision for the tech incubator and work hub. Webber hopes the old bank building will have a positive impact on downtown Sacramento and the local tech scene. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
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Major tech hub taking shape in downtown Sacramento

February 07, 2016 11:20 AM

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