- programs designed to support the successful development of entrepreneurial companies through an array of business support resources and services, developed and orchestrated by incubator management and offered both in the incubator and through its network of contacts. Incubators vary in the way they deliver their services, in their organizational structure, and in the types of clients they serve. Successful completion of a business incubation program increases the likelihood that a startup company will stay in business for the long term
Business incubation is one of the most effective and efficient economic development tools. We have helped create 60 jobs which have resulted in over $8 million of economic impact to our region. We offer low-cost rentable office space(bare or ready to walk in and get to work), high speed internet access, break area, video conferencing, conference room, meeting space, Office furnishings for your office, and being part of a community inside the incubator that is priceless.
We also have available, for a low cost, a meeting room that will accommodate up to 50 people. If you need to do trainings and for bigger events, we have a conference room that will accommodate 100+ people with a stage. We have monthly workshops that provide valuable business related information to our Clients. We are in the process of building a Think Tank Program that will help businesses think out of the box and help them get a fresh look on managing their business.
An Ohio business plans to make a home at the Muskingum County Business Incubator as long as the Muskingum County Commissioners, approve of the lease for the county owned property .
On Monday, the Executive Director of the Business Incubator, which councils small businesses to be successful, met with commissioners to discuss the logistics of the new company moving in and the opportunities it would provide for the community.
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If you’re a small-business owner, chances are you’ve also been a multiple-job worker at some point in your life.
For entrepreneurs, it’s sort of understood they’ll have to work two jobs for a while to get going, said Carol Humphreys, Muskingum County Business Incubator executive director.
For a business in its infancy, profit is usually nonexistent, and that combined with startup costs usually means entrepreneurs need a second job to support their first, she said.
“I think that is a very typical way for them to be able to get started,” Humphreys said, adding that about two-thirds of MCBI clients take Click here to read the full article
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