Business Incubation Program

Expand your start-up within the incubator


All start-ups who become incubator residents join the Business Incubation Program, offering them access to experienced mentors. Mentors will work one-on-one with entrepreneurs to refine business concepts and expand operations. 

Program mentors have created a 7-phased program, starting with Business Ideation, working towards operational sustainability with the goal of eventual graduation to a larger/more fitting location.

Infiniti Greens

Launched by Binghamton University senior Joe Rigoroso, the start-up grows microgreens, mini versions of full-grown vegetables, in a variety of flavors.  

Customers include local restaurants and patrons of the Broome County Regional Farmers Market, where Rigoroso sells every Saturday morning. 

“[The reaction] has been overwhelmingly positive,” Rigoroso said in a recent interview. “People are pretty happy that there are more local greens being produced and that a student is staying in Binghamton with their business.”

As a member of the Business Incubation Program, Infiniti Greens maintains a wet lab at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator. Rigoroso has access to all of the incubator’s resources, including experienced mentors and an environment of entrepreneurship.

Business Incubation Program Benefits

Mentorship from experienced entrepreneurs
Access to co-working space
Free parking at the incubator
Wet and/or dry lab space
Complimentary coffee