FRANKLYWNOW - "Hot Spot" Collaboration to Create Jobs and Boost Southern Tier

"Hot Spot" Collaboration to Create Jobs and Boost Southern Tier Economy

Published:
Boosting the region's economy and creating jobs: according to Senator Charles Schumer, that's what "The Southern Tier Innovation Hot Spot" could do if it gets federal funding.

The collaboration would be between Binghamton University, Cornell University, Corning Inc., and Ceramics Corridor Innovation Center. Schumer is urging the U.S. Economic Development Administration to award the hot spot $500,000 over two years.

The ecosystem will combine the Southern Tier's strengths in engineering, materials science and manufacturing with business incubation and entrepreneurship to quicken development of product oriented start ups. The goal of the proposed project is to re-establish the Southern Tier as a great place to start and continually grow a product manufacturing company.
  • Automation Test*Breaking NewsMore>>

  • nk

    nk

    Wednesday, February 12 2020 6:45 AM EST2020-02-12 11:45:23 GMT
    Wednesday, February 12 2020 6:47 AM EST2020-02-12 11:47:29 GMT
  • nk test 3

    nk test 3

  • nk test

    nk test

Powered by Frankly
All content &copy; Copyright 2000 - 2020. All Rights Reserved. <BR>For more information on this site, please read our <a href="//wnow.worldnow.com/story/18990/this-web-sites-privacy-policy" >Privacy Policies </a>, and <A HREF="//wnow.worldnow.com/story/18991/this-sites-terms-of-service">Terms of Service</A>.