1855 Capital is a seed and early stage venture capital fund investing in companies with an affinity to Penn State University.
For more than 31 years, BFTP has provided both early-stage, technology-based firms and established manufacturers with funding, business and technical expertise, and access to a network of innovative, expert resources.
CREN provides a place for entrepreneurs in central Pennsylvania to get together with their peers and discuss the successes and difficulties of running a business.
The mission of the College Township Industrial Development Authority is to encourage the growth of new and existing businesses and industrial groups.
The Happy Valley LaunchBox is a signature program of Invent Penn State, a Commonwealth-wide initiative to spur economic development, job creation and student career success. While funded by Penn State, all programs and services are open to the public.
Invent Penn State’s signature programs can help you start up and grow a business, find licensable technologies and investment opportunities, and get to know the Penn State entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The MVEDP is dedicated to helping the business sector and communities of the region. For almost 25 years, they have been a one-stop shop offering: quality building space for lease, ready-to-go business park sites for sale, loan financing and business-to-business services.
New Leaf Initiative provides co-working space for entrepreneurs, remote workers, small businesses and more, while also offering community and connection, as well as collaboration opportunities.
The Nittany AI Alliance teams with industry partners to create meaningful student engagement opportunities focused on new artificial intelligence solutions, services, and outreach projects.
The Penn State SBDC provides one-on-one, confidential, no-cost business consulting and low-cost seminars to pre-venture, startup and existing small businesses located in Centre, Clinton, Lycoming and Mifflin Counties.
SEDA-COG partners with businesses and communities to fill the gaps to meet needs in innovative ways.
Innovation Park at Penn State is more than just real estate. It’s an ecosystem that merges business, education and research. Innovation Park at Penn State offers 118 acres of remarkable office, manufacturing and research space. It is part of one of the world’s premier research institutions, with access to Penn State’s scientific, engineering, technology and business resources, as well as the support services needed to transfer knowledge from the University to the marketplace.
LoopNet’s State College listings cover all desired property types, including land for sale, retail space, office space, industrial property and much more.
Focus Central Pennsylvania provides current information on available properties, market data, labor data and much more. Explore the website or contact the Focus Central PA team.
Titan Energy Park has 5,000 to 500,000 square feet available in several buildings including office, industrial and manufacturing space in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
Moshannon Valley Regional Business Park is a 14-lot business park that provides 50 acres of developable ground and is located one mile east of Philipsburg, and just 22 miles from State College and Penn State University.
For more than 31 years, Ben Franklin Technology Partners has provided both early-stage, technology-based firms and established manufacturers with funding, business and technical expertise, and access to a network of innovative, expert resources.