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Downtown Ithaca Incubator to help entrepreneurs

Downtown Ithaca Incubator to help entrepreneurs

Downtown Ithaca Incubator to help entrepreneurs

Downtown Ithaca Incubator to help entrepreneurs

From left: Cornell Vice President for Human Resources and Safety Services Mary Opperman; Travis Hyde Properties President Frost Travis; TC3 Vice President and Provost John Conners; Ithaca College President Thomas Rochon; Cornell President David Skorton, and Cornell Executive Director of New Venture Advancement Tom Schryver ’93, MBA ’02.

Downtown Ithaca Incubator to help entrepreneurs

Billed as a hub for economic activity throughout Ithaca and Tompkins County, the new Downtown Ithaca Incubator promises to channel rising entrepreneurs into the region to work, grow and thrive.

A collaborative venture among Cornell, Ithaca College and Tompkins Cortland Community College, the incubator was launched at a Jan. 16 media event attended by local government officials, community leaders and friends of all three institutions. It is located at 314 E. State St. in the Carey Building in downtown Ithaca.

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