Recent Examples of incubator from the Web
The group's founders opened its first restaurant incubator in 2015.
On March 1, 21 companies in the field of health made live pitches for a spot in the incubator.
The incubator program will take applications from startups over the next month.
The North African ostrich faces fertility issues in the wild, so volunteers have turned the RV storage park into a hatchery lab and incubator.
The state’s largest university is scheduled Wednesday to have a grand opening for LanuchGSU, its new incubator for student entrepreneurship and innovation.
That’s exactly why the Mind Trust, an education nonprofit and charter school incubator, wanted to bring Wildflower to Indianapolis, Brown said.
Similar restaurant incubator concepts in the Bay Area include Oakland’s Forage Kitchen and La Cocina in San Francisco.
Beyond Home Care, for example, is a business housed in Alexander City's business incubator, the Lake Martin Innovation Center.
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Definition of incubator for English Language Learners
: a device that is used to keep eggs warm before they hatch
medical : a piece of equipment in which very weak or sick babies are placed for special care and protection after their birth
business : an organization or place that helps in the development of new businesses
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