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Submitted by admin on June 11, 2014 - 9:51am
The Orange County Business Accelerator celebrated its eight graduates as part of a 5-year anniversary ceremony attended by County Executive Steve Neuhaus and former executive Edward Diana. Overall, the accelerator's 43 clients have created 125 jobs.
For more details and a photo see the accelerator's news release. Among the graduates celebrated were Continental Organics and Sabila Aloe Drink, both of which grew in the Accelerator on their way to taking large industrial space in the county. The accelerator is now a certified NYS incubator recognized by Empire State Development's NYSTAR division.
Submitted by admin on June 8, 2014 - 9:18am
Our member incubators and research parks played roles in the first wave of approvals announced by Governor Cuomo under the START-UP NY tax-free program. In each case, we have at least one member incubator that has been heavily involved in preparing and guiding applications and may comprise part of the approved zone. Also in all cases, our members operate university-affiliated Innovation Hot Spots or Certified Incubators whose graduates will be eligible for consideration for entry into START-UP NY zones as if they were companies new to the state.
According to a news release from the Governor's office, companies were approved for benefits in tax-free zones at the University of Buffalo, Rochester Institute of Technology, Cornell University, and SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Additional news releases can be found at the websites of the University at Buffalo, the Rochester Institute of Technology, and Cornell University.
Submitted by admin on June 8, 2014 - 9:03am
The Technology Farm, an agtech research park situated in Geneva, has hired John Johnson as its new executive director, according to local news coverage in the Finger Lakes Times and Rochester Business Journal. A financial executive and investor, John replaces Susan Noble, who announced her retirement earlier in the year. We warmly welcome John and thank Susan for her leadership.
The 72-acre Technology Farm is based across the road from Cornell University's New York State Agricultural Experiment Station and is known more formally as the Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park. A multitenant incubator building is the park's first building, with others at various points in the planning and financing process.
UPDATE (6/30) — more coverage and appreciation for Susan Noble in the Democrat and Chronicle.