Ribbon-cutting for Incubator's opening in Dunkirk July 2007
The Technology Incubator is temporarily located in the Lorenzo Building, Dunkirk, N.Y.
Technology Incubator expands vision to improve economy
The Center for Regional Advancement coordinated the work to create a SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator
- Helped obtain $4.7 million in construction funding from New York State
- Received $604,000 in start-up operating funds for the incubator from NYSTAR (New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation).
- Incubator opened at temporary site in July 2007, and is currently about to celebrate a groundbreaking for the construction of its permanent site.
- Shown in photo are above are, left to right: Tom Barresi of the Chamber of Commerce, adXit Vice President Mike Brennan (2002 graduate), Incubator Project Director Jeffrey Corcoran, State Senator Catharine Young, Mayor Richard Frey, Assemblyman Bill Parment, County Executive Greg Edwards, Assemblyman Joseph Giglio, and SUNY Fredonia President Dennis Hefner cut the ribbon for the temporary home of SUNY Fredonia's technology incubator on Central Avenue in the city of Dunkirk, NY.