The World Affairs Council of Austin’s International Trade Center (ITC) supports Texas businesses which seek opportunities outside of the United States. ITC representatives work closely with corporate decision-makers from abroad who wish to have a presence, strategic alliances, and market in Texas.
The Hillsborough County Economic Development Department’s mission is to realize greater economic prosperity for residents and businesses through the facilitation of and active engagement in activities that result in productive, inclusive and sustainable growth and improvement.
We are Southwestern Ohio's small business incubator for green, clean, water, digital and advanced manufacturing technologies. Conveniently located between Cincinnati and Dayton in the original pioneer town of Hamilton, OH.
The Innovation Center provides valuable business incubation resources to fuel the economy in Athens, Ohio and surrounding regions. Created in 1983, the Ohio University Innovation Center was the first university-based business incubator in the State of Ohio and just the 12th in the United States. The current 36,000 square foot facility, which opened in 2003, is now home to 19 prospering member companies.
The Innovation Center provides a considerable range of resources including, but not limited to, the following:
Launched in 2013, TMA Foundation (TMAF) focuses on: Workforce Development (including OceanSTEM), Research, and Community Outreach. TMAF is working with over 60 organizations in San Diego County to promote OceanSTEM and helped organize a regional coalition to promote maritime workforce development. TMA (prior to the creation of TMAF) co-sponsored the San Diego Maritime Industry Report 2012 with the SD Regional Economic Development Corporation and the SD Workforce Partnership – a first-of-its-kind
Founded in 2007, The Maritime Alliance (TMA) organizes the San Diego maritime technology community – the largest concentrated BlueTech cluster in the U.S. It focuses on: Economic Development, Ecosystem Development, and National/International Outreach. TMA is collaborative – as examples, it is signatory to the first international coalition of maritime technology clusters; it works with over 60 local partners to promote OceanSTEM in SD County; it supports the SDSU “Troops to Engineers SERVICE Program” (one of the largest in the U.S.); it is
Philadelphia Game lab is a non-profit entity (501c3) dedicated to enabling economic development and visibility of opportunities in small-team creative technology in its region and beyond. As such, it defines specific areas of focus, working with leading industry experts to identify strategic direction and projects aligned with such strategies, binding them to regional expertise, especially in university communities of both students and academics.