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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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As per agreement, BICON and IdeaGist will also collaborate to promote Pakistan incubation network for strengthening national entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country.
The incubation programme committee will consult each start-up to prime it for growth.
For application to participate in the ATRI's Incubation Center program, please refer to this website.
The Quetta chapter of National Incubation Centre is currently selecting its first batch of startups and entrepreneurs.
Talib Karim, who presented mementos and certificates to the participants of the Workshop, said that Incubation Center at IoBM was personally close to his heart and that IoBM endeavours to foster the same in letter and in spirit.
He added that the importance of the entrepreneurship culture to succeed in this era is a known phenomenon and Sindh Research Incubation Centre will play an integral role in manifesting it.
"I am excited to flag off the RevStart co-working, incubation, and acceleration program.
There were differences observed in chick performance between the two groups, chick weight at hatch was significantly heavier in group of eggs exposed to complement LED lighting during incubation (G2) with high vitality percent than the eggs of G1 (control).
PESHAWAR: University Of Peshawar is all set out to complement National Incubation Centre, Peshawar efforts for engendering entrepreneurship for promoting innovative ideas.The remarks were made by the vice chancellor, University of Peshawar Prof.
The complement dependent cytotoxicity (CDC) assay since the late 1960s has been a mainstay of pre-transplant testing for anti HLA antibodies (1,2) Many laboratories continue to report on the CDC with routine incubation timings, while others use various enhancement techniques to improve its sensitivity, two favoured ones being the use of extended incubation CDC and antihuman globulin CDC (2).
They focused on changes in a factor called "extrinsic incubation period (EIP)" of the dengue virus by taking into account daily and monthly mean temperatures in these areas.
Where Dreams May Come: Incubation Sanctuaries in the Greco-Roman World; 2 volume set