Rep. Higgins meets new incubator tenants ACT and TexTivia at SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator

Two new tenants of our supporting member the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator were introduced during a visit to Dunkirk by Rep. Brian Higgins (D-27), who also announced release of $150,000 more in federal funding for the brand-new, 21,000 square-foot facility. The two new tenants are:

  • Advanced Conservation Technology (ACT), a supplier of environmentally conscious building materials relocated from Philadelphia by its founders, two brothers who are themselves natives of the Dunkirk, and
  • TexTivia, headed by local entrpreneurs who are creating marketing, gaming and contest products for mobile phones.

For detailed information, see the university news release (also attached) or coverage in the Dunkirk Observer and The Post-Journal of Jamestown. 

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