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Latest group of START-UP NY approvals includes several companies collocating with our member incubators

The latest batch of companies approved for tax-free status under the state's START-UP NY program includes several that will collocate with our member incubators. Several approved campus-based START-UP NY Zones include space inside incubator buildings. You can search our member database by this or other important attributes here. According to the latest announcement from Empire State Development, growing companies approved for tax-free status while residing at our member incubators include:

The news release does not specify physical location in every case, and it is possible that the number of collocations is actually higher than this.

We are proud of the role that our member incubators are playing in providing space and university connectivity to growing companies approved under the START-UP NY program. 

Fredonia Technology Incubator receives second major grant from the Oishei Foundation, targeting arts/technology interaction

The SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator has received a $300,000 grant from the John R. Oishei Foundation. The grant — the second made by the Buffalo-based foundation to the incubator situated in Dunkirk — will help the incubator promote the interaction between campus programs in the creative arts and the technology startups in the incubator. For more, please read the university's news release

New York Medical College holds grand opening for new BioInc@NYMC wet-lab incubator in Westchester County

New York Medical College held a grand opening for the new BioInc@NYMC wet-lab incubator built in a former R&D building on the college campus in Valhalla, Westchester County.

The incubator, designated a priority project by the Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council, is the only incubator in the region that is collcoated with a health-science university campus. The NYMC campus adjoins the Westchester Medical Center and several county operations, including the county forensic and public-health laboratory. BioInc@NYMC shares space with a workforce training center operated by SUNY Westchester Community College. 

For more information, see the NYMC news release. Video of the opening ceremony is embedded below after the break.

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RIT Venture Creations incubator graduates 5 fast-growings startups

The Venture Creations incubator at Rochester Institute of Technology held a group graduation ceremony, attended by U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-25th District). The ceremony honored the rapid growth of five companies that are now considered graduates of the RIT incubation program:

  • All Access LLC, a business-directory app, established 2012 and now employing 3 full time and 3 part-time;
  • BlackBox Biometrix, making blast-detection sensors for military and law-enforcement uses, established 2011 and now employing 23, 15 of them RIT graduates;
  • ClearCove Systems, with a new system for municipal wastewater, which has grown to 15 employees since entering the incubator in 2013;
  • Darkwind Media, a video game maker, founded 2007 and currently with 14 employees;
  • ThirtySix Software, with software to streamline office documents, founded 2009, currently 6 employees.

All Access and BlackBox have also employed RIT students as "co-ops" who receive paid internships under academic supervision for credit. 

For more information, see the university news release and the list of graduating companies.

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