York County Approves Business Incubator

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November 26, 2012

9:01 PM

The Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily reported that the York County Board of Supervisors became the first in the Historic Triangle to approve James City County’s Business Incubator plan. The project aims to promote steady economic growth in the region by advising businesses and providing them subsidized rent for several years before they “graduate.” Currently, the College of William and Mary’s Technology and Business Center and James City’s Economic Development Authority currently manages the incubator. Their contract is expected to be renewed in 2013.

Read the full story here: http://wydaily.com/2012/11/22/york-board-approves-regional-incubator-proposal/

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