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International Business Times visits BotFactory, a venture at NYU's DUMBO Incubator that is creating rapid-prototyping tools for electrical engineersSubmitted by admin on May 21, 2014 - 1:49pm
Started by several former students at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, BotFactory is aiming to provide electrical engineers with rapid-prototyping tools analogous to the 3D printers now commonly used by industrial designers. For more information, see the International Business Times story and video.
Submitted by admin on May 16, 2014 - 8:08pm
The role of incubators in feeding and sustaining a regional entrepreneurial support system is the focus of a fascinating blog entry by Pat Whalen, the COO of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus:
In 2010 we opened [our supporting member] the Thomas R. Beecher, Jr., Innovation Center as a place for start-up companies. At that time, there were two companies in the building. Today, we have over 60 companies in the building, and all but two are still managed by their founders. We also have companies that provide business support to the entrepreneurs such as: attorneys, creative services, technology and finance. While renting or leasing space to start ups is risky business, it is vital to the entrepreneurial ecosystem. However, providing space is really just the tip of our mission. Our mission is to help the entrepreneurs grow their enterprises and ultimately “graduate”. By doing this well, we create tenants for area real estate developers. . . . I’m so proud of this collaborative environment we have created here, and it’s working! To date, we have three successful “graduate” companies from the suites and are working to launch one more in the coming months. Three of the four companies have gone on to other commercial real estate around the city.
A serial entrepreneur who has started more than 20 companies and sold one to a Fortune 50, Pat is the champion of the Innovation Center and its co-working space d!g. He's joining our board of directors this year. For the full blog entry, go here.
Submitted by admin on April 30, 2014 - 9:55am
The Tech Garden, one of our founding supporting members, is expanding into 18,300 square feet of space on the ground floor of AXA Tower 1, directly across the plaza in downtown Syracuse where the incubator is situated. The expansion is intended to maximize the recent designation of The Tech Garden as leader of a state-designated Innovation Hot Spot for the Central New York region, according to the just-released 2014 annual report of CenterStateCEO, the sponsor of the incubator.
Submitted by admin on April 28, 2014 - 8:58pm