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Colgate, Hamilton nonprofit get state grant to boost incubator

The interior of a business incubator, which operates at 20 Utica St. in Hamilton. Colgate University’s Thought Into Action (TIA) entrepreneurship incubator and Hamilton’s Partnership for Community Development (PCD) will use a state grant of $625,000 to pay for a director and programming at the incubator. (PHOTO CREDIT: Colgate University)

HAMILTON — Colgate University’s Thought Into Action (TIA) entrepreneurship incubator and Hamilton’s Partnership for Community Development (PCD) will use a state grant of $625,000 over the next five years.  Colgate and PCD will use most of the money to hire a director for the incubator, says Mary Galvez, director of Thought Into Action entrepreneurship at […]

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HAMILTON — Colgate University’s Thought Into Action (TIA) entrepreneurship incubator and Hamilton’s Partnership for Community Development (PCD) will use a state grant of $625,000 over the next five years.  Colgate and PCD will use most of the money to hire a director for the incubator, says Mary Galvez, director of Thought Into Action entrepreneurship at […]

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