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News about tenant/clients of BIA/NYS member incubator programs.

First group of approvals for tax-free START-UP NY status in 2015 includes nine to co-house with our member incubators

The first group of companies approved in 2015 for tax-free status under the state's START-UP NY tax-free program includes several additional firms that will be cohoused with our member incubators, according to a news release from Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Companies approved for the program must be adding net new jobs to the state, either through relocation or startup, or else may be graduates from certified incubator programs. Here are the latest companies that will lodge with our members:


Buffalo News recognizes role of UB incubators and the BNMC in growing cluster of biomedical startups

In a survey of Buffalo's growing cluster of bioscience startups — as many as 275 at all stages of development in life scieces, biotechnology and medical technology — The Buffalo News recognizes several especially promising companies, several of which are tenant/clients of our supporting member SUNY's University at Buffalo:

Nearly all the other companies on the News's list are situated in institutional buildings or standalone commercial structures on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC), a rapidly growing downtown research park, which is also one of our members, on behalf of its Thomas Beecher Jr. Innovation Center. The Innovation Center incubator was recognized as home to Everon Technologies. 

The full article is here.

BioInc@NYMC admits first three tenants

Three initial tenants have joined the BioInc@NYMC incubator, according to coverage in the Mid Hudson News linked on the college's website. The three initial entrants are: Conversion Energy Enterprises, which develops medical lasers; MB Group USA, which produces food sweeteners tailored to specific medical needs; and MOE Medical Devices, developer of therapeutics based on cold electrical plasmas.  More local media coverage here


Syracuse media feature rapid growth of Tech Garden tenant Swipe to Spin into new markets

Swipe to Spin — a tenant of The Tech Garden incubator that sells technology to enable 360-degree product views on websites — is on a "hiring spree," according to coverage on the Syracuse Post-Standard's website.

The story recounts how adding a new market in auto dealerships has enabled the company to quadruple its workforce to 25 over the last several months, and to plan adding 50 more jobs by the end of 2015. Although the company maintains a four-person office in New York City, 95 percent of the new jobs will be created in Central New York, where the founders are from, and the company has no plans to relocate. For the full story, read here


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