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Incubator

A non-profit or for-profit company that ensures that clients, which are all start-ups, have sufficient resources, technical knowledge, and other tools needed to succeed on their own. Incubator firms may charge a fee for these services, take equity in the company, or in some cases, even provide advice for free. A venture capital firm may or may not provide incubator services.

incubator

An organization designed to assist start-up companies, generally with respect to providing knowledge and technical assistance.
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According to her, the hospital, currently has four incubators, which compels officials manning the facility to put two or three pre-term babies in one incubator, a practice she described as not the best.
Through the 'Incubators and Business Accelerators' regulations Dubai SME aims to invite and expand investments into business incubators, accelerators and joint workspaces.
* There is a need to support farm incubators in designing, developing, and delivering scale-relevant technology.
On March 30, 18 Azerbaijani business incubators signed a memorandum of cooperation.
Instead, Owyang describes several mechanisms for building relationships with startups, including innovation accelerators and incubators, hosted by the corporation itself or through a partnership with a third-party accelerator.
He adds: "So I decided to fabricate incubators using wooden casings.
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These methods include the infant incubators available in the Neonate Intensive Care Unit (NICU), an intensive care system that supplies the infant with warmth, in a steady stable way, through a heated air circulation over the skin.
Senate Bill 485 amended the Oklahoma Small Business Incubators Act, which dates to 1988 and was crafted to stoke investment in startup businesses.
He said when clients requested him to make incubators for them he obliged, but the catch was for them to purchase the necessary materials for the device.
One of the leading incubators in the country today is Y-Bizz Incubator.
Thus, incubators can be considered as an alternative for the promotion of entrepreneurship, innovation, generation of employment and income, support for startups and, consequently, for local and regional development.