Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann along with the Indiana Office of Defense Development and the Indiana Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship has announced the beginning of Open Hours at WestGate Crane Technology Park for government and academic partners to provide local business support services in the region.
Ellspermann says this groundbreaking partnership will provide Southwest Central Indiana with comprehensive business support services free of charge on a recurring basis from organizations conveniently located in one place to assist those considering launching a business venture, tech startups, as well as existing companies.
From 8 till 11 am next Tuesday, November 17th, individuals and businesses are invited to come learn about and discuss the services available in Southwest Indiana.
Participating partners include:
The Indiana Office of Defense Development’s Technology Commercialization Program
Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center
and the Indiana Small Business Development Center.
Additional services will be represented by:
Purdue University’s Technical Assistance Program and Purdue Foundry
The University of Southern Indiana’s Center for Applied Research
Ivy Tech’s Gayle & Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship.
The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation
And NSWC Crane Division’s Small Business and Technology Transfer programs
Open Hours will be held at the WestGate Academy facility located at 13598 East WestGate Drive, in Odon, immediately east of the Crane Gate.
No appointments are necessary.