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Submitted by admin on August 18, 2014 - 9:35am
The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle visits some new tenants at our member High Tech Rochester's Lennox Tech Enterprise Center. Embedded video after the break.Read more
Submitted by admin on August 18, 2014 - 9:25am
Six student teams will take part in a 10-week summer launchpad that simulates a private venture accelerator. The Saunders Summer Startup is hosted at our member RIT Venture Creations.
The program represents a collaboration between the incubator and Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which also operates an extended-stay student incubator at Venture Creations during the academic year. Each team can receive up to $3,000 per student member for the summer, simulating the investments made by venture accelerators in startup teams.
For more information and a list of the teams, spanning both software apps and engineering technologies, see the university news release.
Tech Garden's NYSERDA-sponsored Cleantech Center graduates 3 firms, admits 6 new ones to incubation programSubmitted by admin on July 20, 2014 - 4:57pm
The NYSERDA-funded Cleantech Center operated by our member The Tech Garden announced the graduation of three companies and entrance of six new startups into its clean-energy incubation program. At the Cleantech Center, graduation generally indicates that a firm has developed a complete business plan, leveraged $500,000 in private capital, and sold its first product to paying commercial customers. Collectively, the graduates employ 33 persons in businesses that were just concepts several years ago.
Graduating the incubation program were:
- Cortland Research, which sells wireless-networked energy-management systems;
- Ephesus, which sells solid-state lighting fixtures; and
- Rapid Cure Technologies, which sells coatings that can be cured by energy-efficient and environmentally friendly techniques.
Entering the incubation program were:
- Green, developing recycling processes for electronic circuit boards;
- EkoStinger, developing drag-reducers for truck undercarriages;
- Full Circle Feed, which reprocesses food leftovers into dog treats;
- SparkCharge, which plans to offer a network of charging stations for electric vehicles;
- Windsor Wood, developing a treatment for wood products to enhance strength and durability; and
- Wireless Grids Corporation, provoding energy management systems for the built environment.
The Tech Garden also announced the reopening of its multimedia auditorium and conference center as the Fibertech Networks Theater. For more information, see the news release issued by The Tech Garden's sponsor, CenterState CEO, or coverage at the Post Standard's syracuse.com.
Cornell Sun previews the opening of Rev: Ithaca Startup Works, the new incubator in downtown Ithaca that leads the Southern Tier Innovation Hot SpotSubmitted by admin on July 20, 2014 - 4:30pm
The Cornell Daily Sun previewed the opening of Rev: Ithaca Startup Works, our member incubator in downtown Ithaca that will lead the state-recognized Southern Tier Innovation Hot Spot. The incubator, which enjoys support from Cornell University, Ithaca College and Tompkins Cortland Community College, will serve entrepreneurs at large throughout the region. It is scheduled to open by fall. The story is here.