Companies accepted into this three-month program will be put through a crash course on the Business Model Canvas and in-person interviews, determining if their product or service is a viable company.


XCEED provides programming, mentoring, grants, and stipends for the development and commercialization of Cleantech innovations. It focuses on translating academic discoveries and supporting student entrepreneurship.


The Southern Tier Clean Energy Incubator (SCI) program leverages deep research and development resources at Binghamton University and the Koffman Incubator to offer a full suite of mentoring, networking, training and technical support to new clean energy companies.


National Science Foundation sites are awarded to research institutions who will nurture and support multiple, local teams to explore the possibility of transforming technology concepts for commercialization.


B-Innovative is a student-run non-profit incubator that fosters entrepreneurship on the Binghamton University campus. Interested students can plan their business ideas with members of the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation staff. 


All start-ups who become incubator residents join the Business Incubation Program, offering them access to experienced mentors. 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.


Entrepreneurial Assistance Program

The program is open to any community member interested, regardless of Koffman membership. The program introduces topics pertinent to many aspects of starting and running a small business so that participants are prepared to start and succeed on their own.