Business incubators nurture the development of entrepreneurial companies, helping them survive and grow during the start-up period, when they are most vulnerable. These programs provide their client companies with business support services and resources tailored to young firms. The most common goals of incubation programs are creating jobs in a community, enhancing a community’s entrepreneurial climate, retaining businesses in a community, building or accelerating growth in a local industry, and diversifying local economies.

Business Incubators
(BI)
BIs promote continuous regional and national industrial and economic growth including increasing employment through general business development or stimulating specific economic objectives such as industrial restructuring and wealth generation or utilization of resources. The incubator combines a variety of small enterprises support elements in one integrated affordable package. It has a special niche, i.e. nurturing early stage, growth-oriented ventures, through focused assistance within a supportive environment.
Technology Incubators
(TI)
TIs are intended for bolstering the technology development stage. The primary goal of technology incubators is to promote the development of technology-based firms, and assist in completion of the technologies under development
Technology Innovation Centers
(TIC)
The TICs conduct research and development (R&D) and technology innovations required by the industrial field, which aims to jointly invest resources into university campuses or research institutions and achieve commercialization with support from business enterprises or public institutions.
Technology Business Incubators
(TBI)
The TBI is a venture of universities, public research institutes, local government and private institutions to promote and bolster a new technology intensive enterprise.

Incubators help client companies secure capital in a number of ways:

  • Managing in-house and revolving loan and microloan funds.
  • Connecting companies with angel investors (high-net-worth individual investors).
  • Working with companies to perfect venture capital presentations and connecting them to venture capitalists.

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If in doubt, please approach BFEIC at any time. We can quickly provide an opinion on whether your invention is sufficiently enabled to allow us to protect or commercialize it. Even in cases where some more work may be needed, we can provide some simple guidance as to what needs to be done to protect / commercialize your idea. As a general rule, run your idea before BFEIC before you present it via publication, posters or at external meetings.

We will need to understand the nature of the new idea, an example of enabling the invention (i.e. proving the principle), and some more 'admin' related questions such as who funded your work and the names of any collaborators.

Depending on your position, there are a range of options available to you. BFEIC can guide you and assist with your application.

  • Built up Space for center
  • Class room facilities for 20 participants
  • Expert Faculty to complement the external resource persons
  • Services of Domain Experts & language Experts
  • Lecture halls and Computer labs for lecture and practical purpose

Universities and academic institutions are qualified for support

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