New York State manufacturing news and updates from FuzeHub: Manufacturing Innovation Fund grant awardees in the news, Urban Future Lab Competition To Showcase World’s Top Smart City, First part of 50-mile Central New York drone air corridor launched, PostProcess Technologies Opens New Headquarters in Buffalo, NY
Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) has made available two temporary grant programs. In both grant programs, companies can apply directly for funds, or organizations providing assistance to eligible companies can apply. Awards are for a maximum of $50,000 and require 20% cost share.
Five New York companies have been awarded funding through the Cornell Center for Materials Research, The city of Rochester, center of a major optical manufacturing region and the home of the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics, Central Bridge is a quiet little community
Over the last five years, business incubator programs have flourished, and several new models have emerged around the globe. These new models include accelerator programs, industry-specific incubators, maker spaces, and coworking spaces.
“Standouts in the region’s manufacturing industry will be honored by their peers, A company has relocated to Buffalo with a plan to create 43 new jobs here, Vince Falcione has been associated with the Albany Procter & Gamble plant so long, he has become the face of the company for many in the community.”
Adrian will be engaging the community of small to mid-sized manufacturers in the region to build connections between manufacturing communities and CESMII, as well as to identify technology, tools and training that may be necessary for the adoption of advanced manufacturing in the region.
FuzeHub’s last Solutions Forum of 2017 is less than two weeks away. This is your final chance to make face-to-face connections at one of these signature events this year. If you’re on Long Island, don’t miss the opportunity to meet over 25 business and technical resources right in your own backyard.
This Faces of Manufacturing feature was nominated by CITEC Business Solutions, the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership center serving the seven northern counties of New York State. CITEC has worked with General Composites on various projects over the past several years.
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