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TechShop sells to TechShop 2.0, LLC –
“The next iteration of TechShop is in the works. Techshop, Inc. has reached an agreement and principal to sell the entire company to a group called TechShop 2.0, LLC. Further information will be made available over the next few days through email, social media, and at techshop.com. The vision is to re-open and continue running open-access makerspaces, beginning with original and priority TechShop locations. TechShop 2.0 will work with members at each location for the purpose of assisting anyone who may need to remove personal materials from one of our locations.
Stay tuned for regular updates.”
I looked up LLCs named “TechShop” & “TechShop 2.0” in CA, NY, and Delaware. The expected results for TechShop came up in CA & NY (none in Delaware) nothing yet for “TechShop 2.0, LLC” – if there’s any info on who purchased TechShop, we’ll post up. If ya know any details, post in the comments or email me [email protected]
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