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Incubator leaders to speak to students and professionals seeking jobs, internships and entrepreneurial guidance
Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Tech Incubator Director Bob Fritzinger will be joined by tenant companies TexTivia and SellingHive on Dec. 2 for a special presentation about available internships and job opportunities at the incubator.

The owners of two tenant companies of the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator, together with Incubator Director Robert Fritzinger, will speak on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. in Room S121 of the Williams Center. Their discussion will be about internships and potential full-time opportunities at the incubator for all majors including Business, Communication, Computer Science and Visual Arts/New Media.

The featured tenants include Bob Richardson, Executive Vice President and founder of SellingHive Corporation. SellingHive is a second generation social networking site designed for independent sales people and the organizations who would like to use them. Also speaking will be Ray Christopher, co-owner and founder of TexTivia, Inc. TexTivia and its subsidiaries are a complete interactive marketing company whose services include text marketing, website development, search engine optimization and a text-to-win platform.

Students interested in finding an internship for Spring 2011 are encouraged to attend, as well as students, faculty and staff entrepreneurs interested in learning how to start their own company or submit an application for office space in the incubator. Students from all majors are welcome.

This event is being put on as part of the Career Development Office’s “Spotlight Series” and is designed to help SUNY Fredonia students find internships and professional positions upon graduation.

More information about the featured companies is available at:

To learn more, contact the Career Development Office at (716) 673-3327, visit or email Director Tracy Collingwood at

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