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We would like to introduce you to one of the brightest teachers and entrepreneurs that we have ever had the honor to work with. Dr. Richard (Dick)Lee is the author of the single best business book today. "Value Innovation Works" is the most practical and easy to follow concept for entrepreneurs, small business and large businesses. His concept VIW is the only concept that brings the ideation process to the product development cycle. So, when you go out the door with your new product you already have control of your demand curve and know how to create your product supply. We teach Dick Lee's concept and you can attend his classes in Denver. Dick has worked with over 180 companies and he has delivered 87 workshops in Asia, Europe, SE Asia and North America. He is the American practical business intellectual. We recommend you read his book and go to his classes. CBBIC also puts on Value Innovation Works Classes in Upstate NY.
Go to the Dick Lee tab and read his biography. He is an extraordinary asset to us in Upstate NY
Read Value Innovation Work and find out how to increase your profitability
Here is his website and you will find if full of valuable information. http://www.valueinnovations.com/
We have added a new tab: Advice for New Graduates. It links to a page that has comments from 16 leaders in economic develop.
We would like to thank Price Chopper in Slingerlands for donating cases of entrepreneurial dinners to our Local Lift Presentation.. http://www.pricechopper.com/
We have added a brilliant speech by Ed Reinfurt, Director of Science, Technology & Innovation, Empire State Development. I would recommend reading it because it supports our position on the importance of reinvigorating Upstate NY as a center for manufacturing. Go to the tab marked Ed Reinfurt ESD.
We have updated the Manufacturing Renaissance page and added a video link from TED about Entrepreneurial Kids. Both have a lot of meaning and will make you think about some very important topics.
Here is a great article published in the Times Union.
US still envy of the world. What are your comments?
2010 Census Data estimate for the US growth is 9.7%. Growth rate for the State of New York is estimated at 2.1%. Most of the counties in Upstate grew slower than the state average of 2.1% and all of the counties grew much slower than the national average. Buffalo has decreased by 10.7% in ten years and has lost 50% of its population since 1950.Rochester has decreased by 4.2% and Syracuse by 1.5%.
Go to www.census.gov and look up New York 2010 Census Results. You should find a colored map that points out the grim reminder that our lack of economic growth continues to create a long term out migration.
Here is a great story to a New York Times Article: A Company Grows, and Builds a Plant Back in the U.S.A. by Adriana Gardella.
You may have to log in to the Times Web site.
We will have bullets listed here with links to either the page or the web site or both.
AptaMatrix's first publication for peer review. Acyclic Identification of Aptamers for Human alpha-Thrombin Using Over-Represented Libraries and Deep Sequencing
Building Innivation Slide program from Christine Whitman, the Chairman and CEO, President of Complemar in Rochester, NY.
A brilliant presentation given in Syracuse. If you want to accelerate entrepreneurial growth in Upstate - watch this slide presentation. You can enlarge it and play with it to read or hold the slides for you own function. We would recommend that schools use these slides to discuss economic development. Christine B Whitman.aspx
We will be listing new jobs that will available shortly. CBBIC may have some of the necessary funding to move forward and start hiring a staff. Job listings and criteria will be listed. The most important issue for anyone working for us is their ability to solve problems and ability to think outside of the box. Your next adventure and the best job you will ever apply for will begin shortly.
We will be adding a Job Listing Tab and an Insurance Tab for Startup Companies.
We expect to have funding completed for a Startup company in the near future. We also are seeking $800,000 for additional funding to complete a grant process. Once the grant is awarded we will be hiring employees and the job titles and requirements will be listed here.
We are working on a new home page that will go live in a few weeks. We also have an aggressive fund raising activity and if you wish to help develop the Upstate NY economy, just send a check to Community Based Business Incubator at 136 Tallmadge Place, Albany NY 12208 and you will receive a letter back from us documenting your tax deductable donation. You can make a world of difference to our economy.
THIS IS WHO WE ARE
- Not-for-profit seeking Upstate NY entrepreneurs and students who want to create a startup companies and will assist artists in marketing their art work.
- Our goal is to be a catalyst for economic development to revitalize communities.
- We believe in true bottom up economic growth.
- We seek funding through tax deductible donations, grants and volunteer support.
- Companies that we help should hire local residents, the unemployed and veterans.
- Companies further must agree to remain in Upstate NY for 15 years.
- CBBIC.org will use the new companies to educate other entrepreneurs on how they too can develop and build their own new business.
- Our area of interest is from WestchesterCounty north to the Canadian border and southwest to the Pennsylvania border.
- You can become our next new company.
- Through the internet, we will come to you: you do not need to meet us or rent an office from us.
- We will help identify local community services available to you and advocate for your success.
- We want to improve the rate of economic growth in Upstate NY.
- For additional CBBIC information go to the About Us tab.
We have some stunning photographs of what they are doing and we will be highlighting them and their technology.
Right now if all the companies listed here become successful we will see between 1 to 1.5 Billion dollars in sales or more by their 3rd year of operation. This is broad brush stroke but it is very possible as they move forward. We need to find gap financing for these companies to succeed.
We have one very exciting new company that is joining us.Pipesnapper makes a series of unique patented wrenches that can reduce the cost of pipe wielding by 50%. We will have a page on them shortly.
We have added a Venture Capital Crash Course slide presentation from Jason Mendelson of Boulder Colorado. He has great humor and clarity in his slides. You can hit a pause button if you wish to read the slide more thoroughly or if you miss it, the slide will be back. You will find it on the tab marked, What Makes VCs Tick. Enjoy!
We have over 100 pages of data and other internet links that may help you with your startup company. Look around and you will continuous see changes on many of the pages here.
Pelorurs International Leasing Calculator is listed below and it helps a startup company look at cash flow and compare purchasing to leasing. Certainly other companies can use it for comparative purposes. The following link takes you to a real neat calculator.
http://www.ownyourventure.com/. Launch the Equity Simulator and it gives you detailed information in taking the confusion out of raising angel or venture money. You input your own data and it helps you to see how your data works out for your new company.
We are starting to forecast new jobs that, we believe, will be possible within the next few years. The jobs will be forecast by company and county. In most cases, but not all, CBBIC will have a part to play in helping these companies become successful. In each case the companies are in an initial start-up and may be seeking GAP financing or partners that have shared interests. These companies have committed to hiring, the qualified unemployed, the under employed, the veteran and the permanent local citizens of Upstate NY. In some cases some companies will have employees in several or many counties depending upon how the final role out of their products is decided.
Thermalsonics Technology Group (TTG) is organized to hold, manage and commercialize the core technologies. TTG has a core group of 13 patents and CBBIC is trying to facilitate TTG into moving the manufacturing, assembling and marketing of two of the patents to Monroe County.
TTG, control systems for engines-cooling, emissions & efficiency. A patented (U.S. Pat. No 4,912,927) exhaust control system for assisting in discharging exhaust gases to control exhaust noise and increase engine performance by reducing back-pressure, lowering exhaust resistance, providing regenerative cooling rapidly lowering the temperature of exhaust gases for all (land, sea, and air) air breathing fuel combusting exhaust expelling engines and for superheated steam or other thermodynamic plant including nuclear reactors. This metallic assembly controls, reduces and/or eliminates unwanted exhaust, noise, heat and pollutants.
Thermodynamic, Smokestack Control-Air Cooling, Pollution/Emissions Control
A smokestack insert configuration for temperature and emission control. Superheated steam and hot particulates that makeup the plume are radically reduced and in many uses eliminates the stack plume altogether. The unique patented (U.S. Pat No. 4,912,927) hollow blade exchanger permit smoke stacks of only three to twenty feet high.
We have added Pelorus International to our site. Pelorus International has two principals: Greg Johnson and Rich Sussman. They are a young creative firm that can help you work out leasing options for selling to government or leasing options for a start-up company so you can have improved cash flow. Try the unique Leasing Calculator that Pelorus provides on their web site. http://peloruslease.com/moreinfo.html This calculator will give you some great information. Check out the Leasing Tab: More Information
Pelorus International's job forecast is to hire one new employee for per year for the next five years. In the next 3 years we will have 3 new employees to add to our count.
We will be adding a large number of links of interests along with a list of jobs that may be open in the first quarter of 2009.
Check out the Links of Interest Page from the Public Policy Institute of New York States data on your county. You can find out how well your county is doing.
If you seek more information go to the link below this paragraph and send us an e-mail with your questions. If you wish a phone reply include your telephone number with your area code and time zone you are in.