Success Stories

Accelerator program offers assistance for budding entrepreneurs

Accelerator program offers assistance for budding entrepreneurs This number has the potential to grow through the incubator’s Accelerator Program, which allows aspiring entrepreneurs from Binghamton University and the community to receive guidance getting their new...

PATCH TARGETS SKIN CANCER

Bandages can deliver radiation to lesions. Anthony Di Pasqua, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Binghamton University, hopes to make radiation treatments for the most common skin cancers faster, simpler and less unpleasant, and to reduce the risk of...

SOUTHERN TIER INCUBATOR CELEBRATES FIRST BUSINESS’ GRADUATION

The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator graduated its first business to its own space Thursday. It celebrated Key Branding Labs' move with a surprise party. The company specializes in social media marketing, and the founder is thankful for the help of the incubator. He...

Something Is Growing Downtown

Broome County is one of the many places on the urban-farming map with Infiniti Greens, a startup growing microgreens in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator.

How ‘Tibah’ could win two BU students $100K

VESTAL (WBNG) -- Two Binghamton University students have developed a texting service to help personal trainers keep track of their clients workout habits. Its called "Tibah" and the service has been so successful, David Axelrod and co-founder Mauricio Morales were...

Hemp-infused wine unique to the Southern Tier

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) -- A new product in the Southern Tier combines hemp and wine. "There's no psychoactive ingredients, it's completely legal, and you know it adds a great taste and smell to the wine," Kaelan Castetter, the CEO of Innovative Bottling Inc. explained.