The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator is 35,000 square-feet of offices, high-tech labs, wet labs, dry labs, common areas as well as co-working spaces that encourage collaboration between its members. We provide workspace, mentoring and a host of other resources to our member companies.

Built for Small Business

Every inch of the Koffman building has been thoughtfully designed to provide working spaces that inspire individuals and companies to create and develop transformational, innovative products and ideas. It is ideally positioned to support the entrepreneurial ecosystem being developed across the Southern Tier.

Promoting Growth

In addition to a purpose-built space, member companies have access to financial, legal and regulatory resources and services. To facilitate ease of access, the Small Business Development Center and the Trade Adjustment Assistance Center are housed within the incubator to assist companies. Programs are available to guide the growth of your business.

Our Companies

Member companies are working hard to make a positive impact on the local community and the world as a whole. Ranging from nanotechnologies to microgreens, a full breadth of skill is housed in the Koffman.

Healthcare Company Started by Binghamton U Students Seek Alum to Join Team

Started and run by former Binghamton Students, H1 is looking for engineers, sales, marketing, or just curious individuals that want to make an impact on global healthcare.

LUMA Festival Announces 2018 Updates

Luma Projection Arts Festival just keeps on growing. This year, the downtown Binghamton event is growing from one night to three.

The Koffman Highlighted as Broome County Gem

The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator is home to 35 startup businesses, ranging from unique virtual reality companies, to cutting-edge clean energy businesses, to high-tech video production companies and beyond.

Koffman Member Enduraphin Raises Pre-Seed Funding

Enduraphin, a startup revolutionizing on-the-go sports nutrition, raised an undisclosed Pre-Seed round of funding to begin production of their patent-pending product.

Southern Tier Hemp Summit Showcases a Growing Industry

June 29th marked the first annual Southern Tier Hemp Summit. Hosted at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator in downtown Binghamton. This event showcased the potential of hemp for business and the individual.

B.C. Dino ‘Gronk’ finds Home at Koffman Incubator

Beloved B.C. comic character, Gronk the grinning dinosaur, has found a new home at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Bandalier opens new office in Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

A new tech company has opened its doors in Downtown Binghamton. Bandalier held it’s ribbon cutting ceremony for its new office in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator.

BU student startup GenVote expands

"We believe it's important for students to vote now," said Brianna Cea, the Generation Vote CEO and co-founder. "Because the policies and decisions being made today, whether it be at city council or on capitol hill are affecting us for the rest of our...

Binghamton student recognized as mental health activist

Sethi, a 20-year-old rising junior at Binghamton University in New York, decided to make his one-on-one efforts "scalable." He created an app called Runaway that pairs users with a chat bot powered by artificial intelligence, as well as trained volunteers, so they can...

Parlor City Vegan wins Binghamton Business Plan Competition

In addition to a $5,000 cash prize, Sara Liu and Lei Liu of Parlor City Vegan received three months of free rent at the incubator.

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“First-time entrepreneurs lack the seasoning to captain a steady ship through turbulent waters. My friends & family helped me a lot, but looking back, the turning point of our startup was after we got incubated at Entrepreneurship & Innovation Partnership at Binghamton University. Apart from incubation space, the community mixers, investor meetups and on-site mentoring played a major role in helping us navigate through the turbulent waters.”

– Swastisharan Dey AMA