Tuesday, August 12, 2014


Innovista Master Plan.

Not everyone was happy all the time. Faculty.

Ideas hatching at the incubator in 2014.

EDA ponied up almost $2 million for USC in Sept 2014.  

September 1-5, 2014

$1.974 million in Public Works funds to the University of South Carolina-Columbia Technology Incubator and the University of South Carolina Development Foundation, Richland County, South Carolina, to construct a new entrepreneurship and technology commercialization center to serve as the regional hub for USC’s and the region’s entrepreneurship, incubation, and acceleration programs. The Center will include a range of resources to support early stage business ventures and is the cornerstone of a new technology corridor, the USC Innovista Innovation District. The facility will leverage its proximity to the USC research activities, emerging technologies, and student/faculty talent to help create a world class ecosystem centered on USC. This investment is part of a $4,473,959 project that the grantees estimate will create 698 jobs and leverage $11.9 million in private investment.

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