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Submitted by admin on June 28, 2013 - 7:41am
Our supporting member NYU-Poly, supported by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), will open a Clean Tech Entrepreneur Center (CTEC) at the Metrotech development in downtown Brooklyn. NYCEDC and NYU-Poly already partner on the university's main incubator at Varick Street (which co-houses the NYSERDA-sponsored NYCACRE cleantech incubator) and a second site in Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood. More information in the university news release and coverage in The New York Daily News.
Harvester Center incubator adds artisan market, involving artists, nonprofits and farmers from WNY and the Finger LakesSubmitted by admin on June 28, 2013 - 7:31am
The Mancuso Business Development Group's Harvester Center in Batavia, generally recognized as the world's first business incubator, has added an artisan and farmers market. As noted in a supportive editorial in the Batavia Daily News, the market is aimed at filling a gap in regional shopping options, and the artists, non-profits, and farmers will complement the incubator's existing base of small manufacturing and service businesses.
Buffalo News highlights role of Innovation Center incubator in growth of the Buffalo Niagara Medical CampusSubmitted by admin on June 28, 2013 - 7:21am
In extended coverage of the growth and impact of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, The Buffalo News highlights the role played by our suporting member the Thomas Beecher Jr. Innovation Center. The incubator is described by one tenant as "the heartbeat of the medical community," and the article also observes that rents from the Innovation Center have helped make the BNMC organization close to self-sufficient as it steers private and public development of the entire 120-acre downtown campus.
Submitted by admin on June 14, 2013 - 10:27am
The CDP has converted 1,200 square feet on the second floor of its building to incubator space and is planning to upgrade the balance of the floor as well. The space will accommodate about six startups, both student-initiated businesses from an entrereneurship program run in partnership with business faculty at SUNY Cortland, and independent community entrepreneurs.
CDP already manages a program under which Cortland students are placed in internships with downtown businesses, and the placement service will be expanded to serve the startup population in the incubator. We warmly welcome the Cortland Business Innovation Center to membership!