Located only 35 minutes from Kingston, Upstate New York represents a unique opportunity for Kingston companies in exporting, scale-up, expansion and research. Through a collaborative approach involving Kingston Economic Development and partner organizations, innovative Kingston companies have a unique opportunity to engage Upstate NY and expand into the USA market.
June 7 - Kingston Syracuse Pathways Cross Border Conference
Restrictions have been lifted and the border is opening up. Kingston is pleased to be hosting the KSP conference this spring. The partnership reaches across the Canadian and US borders. Unlocking collaborations between leaders, businesses, and government institutions. This year the conference will be focusing on the health and life sciences sectors topics include Vaccines, Global Health, Infectious Diseases, Health Care Systems, and the changes COVID-19 has put on them. The full-day event will have a keynote speaker, panel discussions, pitch competition, and fireside chat.
- Learn about game-changing trends
- Share new ways to improve health care
- Network with Ontario and New York State Leaders
In-person event with limited capacity on June 7th. The conference will be in the Bellevue Ballroom in the Holiday inn 2 Princess Street. Discounted rooms at the Holiday inn are available.
Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC)
The Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) is a 50,000+ square foot facility that accommodates companies involved in the commercialization of biomedical technologies. CNYBAC space includes state-of-the-art wet labs. Clients are able to gain access to SUNY Upstate Medical University’s basic science and clinical researchers, and graduate student interns. Staff provide assistance with and seek out client resource needs, funding and collaborative events, mentorship expertise and partnership opportunities.
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