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Live In This House Rent-Free -- and Launch Your Startup

Bootstrapping? The startup house can help.
Emily Swedberg, founder of Lucid Bakery, uses Startup House as her networking base. Source: Lucidbakery.com

Fargo's tech renaissance lured native son Miguel Danielson back to North Dakota in 2014, and the attorney wasted no time lending a hand, cofounding the startup resource group Emerging Prairie and launching Fargo's very own (and rent-free!)

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