Startup Locations .com exists to assist new start-up companies find the resources they need to get beyond the concept stage and survive the critical first years of existence. It is designed to provide information about existing incubator facilities, expert location assistance, and online resources for launching a small business or enterprise.
We have compiled information on numerous incubator facilities, enterprise hubs, technopoles, accelerators, coworking labs, incubateurs d'entreprises, and shared resources worldwide. These resources are provided to help entrepreneurs and business leaders find a facility to become operational, and to help those seeking assistance in industry sectors such as energy, food and beverage, healthcare and life sciences, information and communication technologies (ICT), manufacturing, and general operations. You will find an excellent directory of kitchen incubators and shared commercial kitchens on this site. We also include links to resources such as management support, financial and venture capital, legal, and business planning, for instance.
The purpose of most business incubators is to create a support environment that will foster company start-up, growth, and development. Business incubators are often set up to provide services and infrastructure necessary to increase the likelihood of success to grow new and emerging small businesses while also lowering overhead costs and risk to the emerging enterprise. The objective of these business labs is to lead to economic gains and employment opportunities in the respective community, region, state or province. Many communities also set up business incubators to help international companies establish a new domestic presence, and to help local businesses grow internationally.
Whether you are an entrepreneur looking to start your own business in your home town, an experienced manager considering a new start-up in another city, or an established company looking to go abroad and get established internationally, you will find StartupLocations.com to be a valuable source of information for starting a business. Local economic development officials who need an online tool to help support new businesses can also benefit from the business resources we have identified.
We invite your input and are committed to continuous improvement. Whether it is an incubator facility, business planning software, guide to seed capital and grants, or a free guide to starting a small business, we have a place for it to be shared.
If there is an online resource or event that helps small business, or you know about an incubator you'd like to have added to this website, please contact us. We’d like to hear about it.
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