the Mid-Mo Tech Incubator!
We're excited to announce the launch of the Mid-MO Tech Incubator, which will help grow tech startups through reasonable investments and powerful mentoring. If your start-up is ready to accelerate but need an outside perspective and investment, start the ball rolling and submit your application today!
Missouri Innovation Center provides unparalleled entrepreneurial support centered in Columbia, Missouri, and offers a wide range of services. Our resources propel your business through research and development towards product commercialization strategies. We offer state-of-the-art facilities, mentoring, access to world-class university research facilities and financing possibilities.Continue Reading
Our Life Science Business Incubator provides space near the University of Missouri with access to wet labs and shared equipment.
MIC offers business mentoring from our staff and a network of established advisors. Learn from other’s experiences.
The Mid-MO Tech Incubator provides funding and office space to help launch technology-based companies.
Through our network of relationships, we connect you with investors, service providers, business partners, and customers.
MIC operates the MU Life Science Business Incubator at Monsanto Place, which offers biomedical and life science wet labs and engineering (including software) suites for startup companies. MIC counselors reside at the business incubator and offer ongoing mentoring services and technology commercialization assistance as described above.
MIC launched the Mid-MO Tech Incubator in 2016 to provide space and facilities for over 20 new technology related start up companies. We build out our last remaining shell space into state-of-the-art offices for companies that want to improve the world.Learn About the Tech Incubator
Missouri Innovation Center has partnered with an entrepreneurial support system within Columbia to provide access to a variety of support options.View our partners
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