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Submitted by admin on November 28, 2013 - 8:21am
Launch New York, a nonprofit "venture development organization" that operates across 27 upstate counties as an incubator-without-walls also equipped with an investment fund, has joined BIA/NYS as our newest member.
Although the Launch New York program does not depend on a single location, it is collaborating with our member incubators and others, and it has taken the membership in the name of the Launch New York Space Center, a yet-to-be-announced facility.
Launch New York is also the custodian of the NYS-supported, Buffalo-based business-plan competition, believed to be the largest in the United States with a prize pool of $5 million and individual awards up to $1 million. We warmly welcome Launch New York to membership!
Submitted by admin on July 24, 2013 - 8:17am
Thrive, a county-wide "community incubator" launched at SUNY Oswego by the Office of Business and Community Relations (which also hosts the campus outreach office of the New York State Small Business Development Center), has become the newest member of BIA/NYS. Good overviews of the plan for Thrive as a community incubator appear in university news releases. We warmly welcome Thrive to membership!
Submitted by admin on June 28, 2013 - 9:59pm
Incubator tenant/clients from our SUNY-affiliated members statewide were among those companies presenting at the first New York Innovation Showcase, cosponsored by the Research Foundation for SUNY and Empire State Development. The showcase was held at SUNY's Levin Institute in Manhattan.
The showcase was designed to spotlight for NYC-based investors those companies that are licensing technology from SUNY RF, clients of SUNY-affiliated incubators, or seed-stage investees in ESDC's Innovate NY Seed Fund program. Among the presenters connected with our members were:
- CNY Biotechnology Accelerator: Zinnia Safety Systems
- Stony Brook University's Long Island High Technology Incubator: Alpha-1 Biologics Corporation and Codagenix
- Stony Brook University's Calverton Incubator (and CEBIP clean-energy incubator): Graphene Laboratories
- Stony Brook University's NYSERDA-sponsored CEBIP clean-energy incubator: Bonded Energy Solutions and Solar Evolution
- SUNY Downstate Advanced Biotechnology Incubator: HistoWiz, Rgenix, and Bio-Signal Group
- SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator: The Worldwide App
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!