VISION:

  • Be the most creative and imaginative biotechnology academically based innovation accelerator in North America.

MISSION:

  • Incubate and accelerate university-industry partnerships that discover, design, develop and deploy innovative products for bioscience marketplaces.
  • Provide growth-oriented companies essential business acceleration services and access to industry-specific development resources.
  • Collaborate with domain experts/mentors in creating comprehensive systems and teams that potentiate success.

PRINCIPLES:

The CNYBAC commits to the two core principles of business incubation as developed by the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA):

  • The CNYBAC aspires to have a positive impact on its community's economic health by maximizing the success of emerging companies.
  • The CNYBAC is a dynamic model of a sustainable, efficient business operation.

Partner Announcement for Startups:

CASE Co-op Program Overview  “An Employer Targeted Program”

Are you in need of a summer intern or simply a part time student worker throughout the year? For over 10 years, the CASE Co-op Program, a unique, employer focused service that connects employers with highly skilled graduate students in various disciplines of engineering, computer science and information management. During this time the program has become a huge success for NYS employers, CASE, for SU students, and, most importantly, for the entire region’s business community. Co-op Program Manager David DiMaggio has placed more than 1000 highly skilled students in a wide range of positions with New York state businesses.

Employers such as Euphony, Critical Technologies, Glottal Enterprises, Eaton Crouse Hinds, Inficon, Anaren, Morse Manufacturing, The Fulton Companies and many more have benefited from engaging with CASE Co-op students.

 Businesses benefit in many ways:

  • First and foremost, the CASE Co-op Program provides immediate access to scarce technical skills and talent for as long as the company requires it. This can fill critical gaps in full-time staffing, accelerate progress on R&D projects, or make possible a project that otherwise could not happen.
  • Students are screened carefully, and matched with the businesses that can most benefit from their skills and experience, eliminating the need for recruiting and HR administration by the businesses.
  • The Co-op Program also manages payroll, relieving businesses of substantial administrative time and making the program accessible even to very small businesses and start-ups with limited infrastructure.
  • Students are available for short- or long-term assignments, and many transition to fulltime positions after graduation.

Co-op students represent an excellent value for companies, who benefit from their expertise while providing the students with important on the job experience.

 For more information visit http://case.syr.edu/co-ops-and-interns/ or email David DiMaggio at ddimaggi@syr.edu

OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE

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Office Space for Lease

Admin office space available – $400/mo Includes utilities, wireless, secure parking, 24/7 access, monthly entrepreneur education events, mentorship, service coordination assistance.

Contact K. Pazaras at 315-464-9288. cnybac@upstate.edu