Today we cut the ribbon on the new Evolve IP Innovation Center in Chester County, Pa. The goal of this new facility is to help early-stage startups in the fields of technology, smart energy, non-lab biotechnology, and life sciences initiate or accelerate their growth with technology solutions and economic drivers.
Evolve IP will help by providing low-cost, highly flexible facilities that include professional office space, redundant high-speed gigabit fiber Internet access, cloud computing services, mission-critical technology, and more. To get the full story, take a look at the press release we issued earlier this morning.
GIVING STARTUPS A LEG UP: The Innovation Center will help startup organizations afford office space and other business necessities.
Shortly after the center was finished, Philadelphia Business Journal’s Peter Key visited the Innovation Center and covered his walkthrough in his story, “Helping the region’s tech scene ‘Evolve.’” Thanks to Peter for coming out and taking a look!
Are you with an early-stage company and want like to take advantage of the Innovation Center’s services? Reach out to me in an email.
As Evolve IP's Chief Operating Officer, I run the company's day-to-day management. I also serve on advisory boards for various startups, technology organizations, schools, non-profits, and county agencies. Before I joined Evolve IP, I was the Executive Vice President and General Manager of ATX Communications. I love to talk about technology, M&A, and corporate performance management, and I'm a self-professed data visualization geek. I'm a Villanova grad and currently live in Chester Springs with my wife and three children. In my spare time I'm an outdoor sports enthusiast, youth league football coach, and co-author of a cookbook with my father. I also own Chester Springs Winery, a soon-to-be-licensed Pennsylvania winery.