B-Innovative is a student-run non-profit incubator that guides entrepreneurship through collaboration at Binghamton University.
Creating a virtual library for school kids which will help them to understand different curious questions that comes to their mind. We are collecting real questions from different schools from different parts of the world by organizing workshops and quizzes.
Creating motion simulators and peripherals for the virtual reality market.
A progressive advocacy movement that empowers youth to be agents of change in local electoral politics.
Infiniti Greens strives to produce the highest quality of microgreens, shoots, and wheatgrass to the Southern Tier.
MazilePLAY is an iOS gaming platform that focuses interaction between virtual players within each others radius.
Peak Photobooth is a high end, open air photo booth rental company that offers DSLR quality photos as well as unlimited pictures and customizable photo strip prints.
Runaway is non-profit social entrepreneurial venture that aims to provide support to those in need to potentially bring about a positive change globally with how health and mental disorders are perceived.
A website and mobile app that gamifies studying.
REASONS TO JOIN THE STUDENT INCUBATOR:
- As an undergraduate or graduate student at Binghamton University, you have access to this exciting incubator coworking space 24/7
- Network with other motivated entrepreneurs in the Binghamton University community seeking to collaborate and help each other grow
- Funding opportunities
- Receive close support, guidance, and resources from the EIR's and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships
Old Rafuse Hall - Rooms 134, 135, & 136
Interested in learning more?
Contact the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships at Binghamton University for further detail:
Phone: (607) 777-5870
Fax: (607) 777-5788
Offices: Innovative Technologies Complex, Suite 2100
Praise from students:
"The Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships is there to help you make your idea a reality. The faculty is there every step of the way, from start to finish! And every student knows when it comes to balancing schoolwork, running a business, and having a life, every bit of help goes a long way. The Office of E & IP is not only there to offer assistance but has an active interest in seeing you succeed. The university could not ask for a better group of people to foster the start-up community on campus, and I look forward to seeing some earth-shattering stuff in the coming years!" - Judah Burger, Innovation Fellows
"My experience with the Entrepreneur Office has been incredible. I have learned so much from Dan, Laura, Tony, Emma, Per, and Kenneth. From the very start they have been more than willing to help me. Whether it is on advise for business ideas for my company, administration, marketing, or handing me resources to prosper in the Binghamton community and beyond. My time spent in the Entrepreneur Office has been some of my proudest and happiest moments in Binghamton University and has inspired me to continue my entrepreneurial instincts. I will miss them all very much and I know that they will continue to successfully mentor incoming student innovations." - Anthony Tapias, TruNeed
"During our time at Binghamton University, we created a platform allowing local, national,
and international businesses to engage with college students. The Office of Entrepreneurship
and Innovative Partnerships has always connected us to resources and allowed us to
be part of a supportive community." -Scott & Shachar, Campus Pursuit
Ariel Katz named Binghamton University's
Student Entrepreneur of the Year
Ariel founded ResearchConnection in 2014 around a platform that connects students to research opportunities. Under Ariel's leadership, the company has made significant headway, having signed its first customers and is closing on a second round of seed investor funding from venture capitalists. Ariel has participated in the Binghamton University B-Innovative student incubator initiative and has promoted entrepreneurship on campus and in the community in many ways, including as a mentor to other student business leaders. ResearchConnection was the sole undergraduate student company selected to present at the SUNY Innovation Showcase, with Ariel delivering the pitch to investors at the SUNY Global Center in New York City in February. Ariel is graduating and will be continuing to build on his business success toward realizing the company's growth.