How it Works
The incubator program targets projects that are high risk, high quality scientific, technology or engineering in nature with a potentially high value economic outcome.
Applications are accepted online. Upon receipt of a completed application, interviews and due diligence are conducted prior to admittance into the incubator program. Depending on the needs of the incubator candidate, participants can benefit from either onsite or virtual assistance.
If accepted into the incubator program, a signed Equity Agreement with mutually agreed upon equity allocation benefiting the incubator program is required. Onsite incubator participants will also be required to sign an Occupancy Agreement. The agreement is flexible and open ended in order to accommodate the ever changing entrepreneurial landscape.
Patent application and patent litigation costs are not typically covered.
Resources included in the incubator program:
Onsite participants can benefit from subsidized office space with 24/7 access and security, co-location within a Tier III data center, multiple conference rooms, IP telephony, bandwidth, utilities and parking.
Business assistance includes mentoring, commercialization support, identification of potential funding, professional networking, marketing, development of collaborative opportunities, and human capital sourcing.
Working at your own location, participants can benefit from business assistance through mentoring, commercialization support, identification of funding, professional networking, marketing, development of collaborative opportunities, and human capital sourcing.
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