Design Technologies Programs

DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES HELPS BUILD EMERGENT BUSINESSES.

Education and networking are two hallmarks of Design Technologies programs for emerging life sciences ventures.

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ELabNYC, the Entrepreneurship Lab for New York City, initiated by NYCEDC in 2012 now has 155 venture alumni including Cresilon, Yiviva, and Landos Biopharma. ELabNYC ventures include therapeutics, diagnostics, devices, research tools, software, materials technology breakthroughs.

Formerly, a 6-month program focused on NYC, ELabNYC now features curated Master Classes providing in-depth training, skills development and resources for first time founders across the NY area to continue to advance ventures. Master Classes are open to ventures that graduate from entrepreneurship programs and promote the growth of the local community. 

ELabNYC ventures have raised over $275M since 2013 from seed, grants, angels, international and government funding sources.

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ABCT, the Accelerator for Biosciences in CT,is the first and only competitive-entry, six-month program of personalized entrepreneurial education delivered for first time founders of bioscience ventures of any development stage focused on healthcare innovation in Connecticut. ABCT focuses on unlocking the unknown by addressing individual needs and utilizing accredited entrepreneur coaches and expert mentors to craft unique, educational experiences crucial to the development of successful ventures.

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WCBA, the Westchester County Biosciences Accelerator, is the first and only competitive-entry, six-month program of personalized entrepreneurial education delivered for first time founders of bioscience ventures of any development stage focused on healthcare innovation in Westchester. WCBA focuses on unlocking the unknown by addressing individual needs and utilizing accredited entrepreneur coaches and expert mentors to craft unique, educational experiences crucial to the development of successful ventures.

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The Next Milestone program initiated by SUNY Downstate on behalf of Empire State Development serves incubator clients of the SUNY Downstate Biotechnology Incubator. The Next Milestone program has helped generate 191 jobs and $1.3B. The Next Milestone program brings expert support to small, founder led teams to achieve infection point milestones.