On February 25th, UBI Global hosted a webinar with speakers from 3 of the most prominent incubators across the globe: Simon Bond from SETSquared (UK), Abdullah Snobar from DMZ (CA) [...]
TURIN, ITALY – On October 26 and 27, 2015, UBI Global and Incubatore di Imprese Innovative del Politecnico di Torino (I3P) co-hosted a benchmarking conference & award ceremony for [...]
Europe’s business incubators have attracted a total of $2,4B in investment, meaning each of the 117 incubators has received an average of $20M each. With regard to deal flow, Europe as a whole receive 15.3K applications per year, equating to an average of 131 per incubator.
We are pleased to award and announce Uppsala Innovation Centre as this week’s staff picked Incubator of the Week. This Swedish incubator was established in 1999 and is affiliated with Uppsala University and Swedish University of Agricultural sciences. With a mission to “help businesses achieve sustainable and viable growth” UIC must take pride in knowing that 9 out of 10 UIC alumni companies are still active on the market.
Over the course of the last month we have highlighted some of the best incubators from around the world but what about the incubators on our doorstep? This week’s staff picked Incubator of the Week, STING, is located in Kista, in the north of Stockholm, less than 15 kilometres from UBI Global’s headquarters and is our first Swedish Incubator of the Week.
This week’s staff picked Incubator of the Week hails from Ireland’s capital, Dublin, with its headquarters based in a converted Guinness storehouse, NDRC, is affiliated with Dublin City University, National College of Art and Design, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology.
North America and Europe are among the best regions in the world of incubation. There were 7 North American and 8 European incubators on the UBI Global Top 25 University Business Incubators of 2014. With all these success, we should really ask ourselves what their secrets for success are and how their models differ from each other. This blog post will try to shed a light on these questions.