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Connecticut Incubators (CTech)

Connecticut Incubators (CTech)

If you’re a startup, early-stage company or entrepreneur, CTech can help you nurture and grow your business. Through hubs in New Haven, Bridgeport and Farmington, CTech provides you with incubator space, advice, networking and resources. 

How it works 

  1. You’ll find well-equipped incubator space at Yale’s Science Park, the University for Bridgeport, and the UConn Health Center.
  2. These incubators provide well-equipped workspace and a variety of resources.
  3. Startups in the technology, bioscience and biomedical industries will find spaces with resources tailored to their needs.

CTech Incubator at Science Park in New Haven
At Science Park, CTech tenants have access to fully-furnished office spaces with on-site parking, conference rooms, shared spaces for collaboration, networking opportunities with other entrepreneurs and access to pro-bono accounting and legal work. The space is also near Yale University. 

For more information on the Science Park incubator, contact:
Mike Wisniewski 

CTech IncUBator at the University of Bridgeport
The CTech IncUBator provides its tenants with fully furnished offices, shared support services, pro-bono and discounted professional services, an entrepreneurial environment conducive to exchanging information, ideas and solutions, and access to campus facilities and resources. Tenants also benefit from access to faculty with investment expertise and business and technology acumen as well as access to university research capabilities through the schools of engineering, business, health sciences, and design. 

To download the CTech IncUBator brochure, click here. 

To apply, please fill out the application here.

For more information on UB’s incubator, contact:
Gad J. Selig

CTech Incubator at UConn’s Technology Incubation Program (TIP)
In collaboration with the UConn Technology Incubation Program (TIP), CTech provides incubation opportunities at the UConn Health Center to businesses created around technologies or intellectual property developed by UConn faculty, staff or students. Businesses must collaborate with UConn, meet the Connecticut Innovations investment profile, and be of joint interest to UConn and CI.  

The incubator space at the UConn Health Center provides wet laboratory space, office space, shared equipment including autoclaves, cold rooms, glass washer and cytometer systems with high throughput screening capabilities, all necessary utilities and rooms equipped with benches, shelves, cabinets and sinks with emergency eye washers. Tenants also have access to the online and physical UConn libraries, specialized equipment in faculty labs, bioservices and more.

For more information on TIP, contact:
Paul Parker

Additional co-working space is available through CTNext, Connecticut’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.