The Tech Garden and Syracuse startup community are gearing up for three days full of entrepreneurial workshops, events and pitches. Paul Singh and the Results Junkies are in town from Tuesday, August 7 to Thursday, August 9. They will be visiting Tech Garden members, GENIUS NY teams, government leaders, economic development organizations and startup businesses. Singh and his team have visited 94 cities in the last two years and invested in more than 2,600 startups.
Founder of Mentis Technologies, Brian Abbe, is headed to AFWERX’s #Innovate2Protect Fusion Xperience event in Las Vegas, Nevada June 20th – 21st. Established in 2017, AFWERX describes itself as “a catalyst for agile Air Force engagement across industry, academia, and non-traditional contributors to create transformative opportunities and foster an Air Force culture of innovation”.
The Tech Garden is pleased to announce that AT&T will continue their support of Tech Meet Up. The meet up is the premiere event scheduling and meeting tool for The Tech Garden and its partners.
Heliohex, a New York State-based designer and manufacturer of unique LED lighting for horticulture based at CenterState CEO’s The Tech Garden, recently teamed up with Cornell University’s Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) research team to optimize the production of commercial crops. The partnership, created through New York State’s Jumpstart Research Grant, focuses on light uniformity flaws and new opportunities for indoor farms and greenhouses. Their most recent findings emphasized the potential for new LED lighting solutions to achieve light uniformity improvements which ultimately increases plant growth and a grower’s production.
Cut to the Chase™ Dating Application Brings Safe and Secure Video Chat Service to ASA Members
Article courtesy of Yahoo Finance.
SYRACUSE, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 30, 2018 / Cut to the Chase Media, Inc. is proud to announce the American Seniors Association endorsement for their innovative dating application - Cut to the Chase. The American Seniors Association selected Cut to the Chase for their members because it is the only dating app that features a video chat service where you can safely and securely meet with someone before going on an actual date.
UnitedHealthcare has awarded the $10,000 Community Care Award to Digital Hyve, a member of The Tech Garden and Syracuse-based digital marketing company that has a new, innovative idea for enhancing community health and wellness in Central New York. Digital Hyve was selected from five finalists.
The Impact Startups Have on Economic Development by The Business Incubator Association of New York State
TESTIMONY Offered by Marc Alessi, Executive Director of BIANYS - November 2017
BIANYS is a not for profit membership driven association comprised of over 80 Business Incubators from across New York State. Our membership is made up of both university affiliated incubators, and independent, private sector incubators.
It is in the interest of New York State to support Start-ups and the job creation that results from these young companies. As a former member of your body, this was my main area of policy interest. I had worked with a number of my former colleagues including the Chairman of this commit tee to hold hearings around the state as the former Chair of the Sub Committee on the Emerging Workforce to find out how best to position this state for job creation.
What a year it has been for the first round of GENIUS NY finalists. They were welcomed to Central New York back in January to start the year-long accelerator focused on unmanned aerial systems (UAS). They are now closing in on graduation as GENIUS NY 2.0 will soon select six more UAS teams for next year's program.
More than 250 high-quality applications from around the world submitted for program’s second round
GENIUS NY, a business accelerator program at CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden, announced sixteen teams are semi-finalists in the competition’s second round. The companies, which are developing innovations in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry, were selected from a highly-competitive pool of more than 250 submissions to compete for $3 million in investments. Of the sixteen semi-finalists, three are international teams representing Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Additionally, three teams were co-founded by women.
Calling all youth coders and youths interested in coding, the region’s first ever youth hackathon is Dec. 2nd and will highlight the growing interest among local children in the fastest growing profession in the world
SYRACUSE, NY – On Saturday, December 2 kids as young as eight years old will bring their laptops, imagination, and teamwork to the first youth hackathon in the greater Syracuse region – known as CuseYouthHack Powered by AT&T. The hackathon will take place at The Tech Garden, 235 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY from 10 a.m. -6 p.m.