Local businesses can enlist the support of resources like Binghamton University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which provides free, confidential assistance to entrepreneurs.
EMPEQ can provide immediate financing, ranging from $10,000 to $10 million, for small- to mid-sized organizations to upgrade their essential building equipment
Powered by natural gas, the unit is 95% efficient. It uses a fraction of that 95% of useful energy to generate power, another fraction for heat and another for domestic hot water.
Koffman graduate Muckles Ink recently partnered with Red Barron Creative to develop a line of “quaran-tees” with Binghamton-themed designs.
Michael (Mike) Jagielski joins the team with him over 30 years of experience working with CEOs of companies ranging from SMB to Fortune 100.
The E&IP office is assisting a new ventilator inventor with regulations for certified medical manufacturers and required U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) applications.