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By Jesse Schwartz
Published: February 14th, 2018

Innovation Co-Lab, a new start-up incubator at Oregon State University-Cascades (OSUC), has hired Adam Krynicki as its first executive director. Krynicki most recently served as director of technology and energy at the Alaska Small Business Development Center, where he helped attract more than $1 million in funding to support early-stage start-ups. Overall, he has a decade of experience in startup acceleration, business development and tech transfer, including the co-founding of Alaska’s first start-up accelerator Launch Alaska.

“Adam brings valuable experience in creating ecosystems where innovative entrepreneurs and their companies can thrive,” says Kelly Sparks, associate vice president for finance and strategic planning at OSUC. “We look forward to leveraging his expertise in building programs that support innovators, entrepreneurs, funders and their communities.”

The Innovation Co-Lab will open in March to provide resident start-ups 3,000 square feet of work space and access to mentorship, student intern talent, seminars and other resources.

Source: KTVZ

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