Anchoring the Binghamton i-District


In addition to the connections we can facilitate for our start-ups, the incubator provides co-working space on all three floors to encourage a collaborative culture among members. Not only do we offer traditional office and lab space for leasing, but co-working memberships, which provide access to any available space, admission to all events hosted by the Southern Tier Incubator, and the ability to book the conference or event room, are also available.


Additional Spaces are available upon request. Schedule a tour to decide which type of space will best suit your needs.

We strive to foster an ecosystem of entrepreneurship through a culture of co-working, networking, and enthusiasm for innovation.

In The News

BU student startup GenVote expands

"We believe it's important for students to vote now," said Brianna Cea, the Generation Vote CEO and co-founder. "Because the policies and decisions being made today, whether it be at city council or on capitol hill are affecting us for the rest of our...

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Binghamton student recognized as mental health activist

Sethi, a 20-year-old rising junior at Binghamton University in New York, decided to make his one-on-one efforts "scalable." He created an app called Runaway that pairs users with a chat bot powered by artificial intelligence, as well as trained volunteers, so they can...

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“First-time entrepreneurs lack the seasoning to captain a steady ship through turbulent waters. My friends & family helped me a lot, but looking back, the turning point of our startup was after we got incubated at Entrepreneurship & Innovation Partnership at Binghamton University. Apart from incubation space, the community mixers, investor meetups and on-site mentoring played a major role in helping us navigate through the turbulent waters.”

– Swastisharan Dey AMA

The Roots in an Ecosystem of Entrepreneurship


Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

The New York Small Business Development Center delivers high quality business consulting and training to New Yorkers who want to start a business or improve the performance of an existing business. Thanks to our partners in the public and private sectors, our services are free of charge. We can be reached at 607-777-4024 or

Binghamton University

Tech Transfer: The technology transfer team within the Office of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Partnerships (EIP) manages the intellectual property rights of campus under sponsored research, testing and evaluation, material transfer, consortium, inter-institutional, joint development, and option and licensing agreements. The unit works with faculty, student and staff inventors to vet new technology disclosures arising from labs, curiosity-driven research, and industry- or government-funded projects. EIP notifies research sponsors when intellectual property arises under collaborations, and negotiates license agreements with company commercialization partners who bring the benefits of Binghamton technology to the market in the form of innovative product and services offerings. Additional, ongoing activities for the tech transfer team involve supporting further development of software, algorithms, methods, materials, databases, and other useful inventions, directing patent prosecution, and conducting marketing campaigns.

Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (TAAC)
serving New York, New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Since 1978, the Trade Adjustment Assistance Center of NY, NJ and PR (TAAC) has helped over 1500 firms to recover from the effects of foreign com­petition and has provided more than $75 million in assistance. The TAAC is a non-profit organization and is administered by The Research Foun­dation of the State University of New York at Binghamton University. The TAAC is one of eleven regional centers located throughout the United States providing assistance under the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAA) pro­gram sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC). Firms that have experienced increased foreign competition, a decline in sales or production, and a de­cline or impending decline in employment, the TAAC may be able to help improve the firms competitive position in today’s global economy.

We provide assistance to New York, New Jersey and Puerto Rico based companies in strategic areas of importance including:

  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing/Engineering
  • ISO/QS/TS/UL/CE Certification

This assistance is provided by both the TAAC professional staff and by independent industry specialists and consultants.