The National Business Incubation Association defines the five key components of business incubation as the following: 1. Working with new companies 2. Screening potential clients based on set selection criteria 3. Providing comprehensive business assistance services 4. Having on-site management that coordinates the delivery of services 5. Graduating companies from the program Greater Gainesville has really embraced the incubator/startup relationship, and it’s ever-reaching impact. Incubator/startup relationships have been known to affect many factors within a community: • Creating local jobs • Fostering entrepreneurial climate • Commercializing technology • Diversifying local economies • Building/accelerating local industry growth • Retaining firms in community • Encouraging minority or women entrepreneurship
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