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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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Cultures were injected into Sensititre (Trek Diagnostic Systems, Westlake, OH) gram-negative AP80 or gram-positive AP90 autoidentification plates and the antibiotic sensitivity plate CMVIECOF and allowed to incubate for 18 h at 37[degrees]C before automated reading of the reactions per the manufacturer's directions.
After the private funding, SmartUp will connect with various Asian investor communities, and grow the incubatees on its transparent and trustful platform."
TIEC - Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center which is a governmental organization incubates projects for one year.
The members of delegation also met women entrepreneurs and incubates of the centre.
The government and the private sector both partner with our incubatees to develop major projects in technology, retail, luxury, tourism, and a variety of other sectors.
The number of projects incubated and completed since the establishment of Badir Program until the end of 2017 has reached 239, and incubates provided around 1615 jobs for Saudi youth, whether full-time or part-time, while the number of Saudis registered in the technology companies delivering their products through smart applications has reached 207,827, it stated.
It is worth mentioning that the DIC currently incubates 28 companies at the level of start-ups.
Qatar Development Bank (QDB) CEO and QBIC chairman Abdulaziz bin Nasser al-Khalifa, said: "We're pleased for not only announcing brand new incubatees, who successfully completed our renowned LeanStartup Programme but for being able to share the success of our existing entrepreneurs in this special celebration of Demo Day.