Thursday, December 8, 2022


Start-Up NY adds three Hudson Valley companies

The 39 businesses have committed to create 817 new jobs and invest more than $30 million statewide over the next five years.

New York Medical College incubator adds therapeutics startup

New York Medical College's BioInc@NYMC biotech incubator will add a seventh tenant to its Valhalla campus.

Report: Start-Up NY job growth slow statewide

In its first two years, Start-Up NY has created more tax-free zones than it has actual jobs, according to a report released July 1. The program has...

Software company leaving NJ for Start-Up NY

A big data software provider will move its headquarters and about 145 employees to Rockland County as it partners with Iona College in the Start-Up NY program.

Start-Up NY expands presence in Rockland County

Two businesses are heading to Iona College's Pearl River campus and Rockland Community College in Suffern as part of the Start-Up NY program.

Connecticut companies join Start-Up NY in Hudson Valley

Two waste materials recycling businesses will relocate and create 44 jobs in New York's tax-free zones in Ulster County.

College of New Rochelle joins Start-Up NY program

The College of New Rochelle is the first private college in the mid-Hudson Valley region to join the program, which offers tax-free zones for businesses.

Cuomo targets foreign investment in 2014

The governor in his State of the State address announced a Global NY initiative to draw foreign investment to tax-free campus business zones and upstate communities.

Space scarce for tax-free zones

SUNY academic leaders and commercial brokers could be hard-pressed to find available campus office space for the state’s new tax-free zones for businesses.