Binghamton University manages two state-of-the-art facilities built to support the
development of startup companies by providing entrepreneurs with targeted resources
STHTI Inc., Binghamton University, SUNY Broome and the regional economic development
community have partnered to build an incubator in Downtown Binghamton to grow an entrepreneurial
ecosystem that nurtures emerging companies.
Binghamton University's Start-Up Suite provides office and lab space as well as associate
memberships to start-up companies at the Innovative Technologies Complex on 65 Murray
Hill Road in Vestal.
B-Innovative is a student space located in Old Refuse on the Binghamton University main campus. It provides a location for student business planning and meetings.