As part of Upstate Venture Connect’s mission to connect entrepreneurs to the resources and people needed to success, the UVC leadership team has partnered with ecosystem builders to create a venture capital fund for women founders and investors.
Syracuse-based Nasir Ali is an influential voice in seeking to unite the startup ecosystems across Western and Central New York. In an interview with Buffalo Business First, Nasir shares insights on forming a collective front across Upstate NY.
Upstate Venture Connect (UVC) is excited to announce that nominations are now open for the 2017 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards. Nominations can be submitted online at uvc.org/Awards-Nominations-2017.
In an interview with journalist Liz Benjamin on Capital Tonight, Upstate Venture Connect Founder Martin Babinec discusses what has motivated his commitment to supporting our region’s high growth companies. The answer is simple – they are proven job creators.
In an interview with Bill Keeler of Keeler in the Morning, Martin Babinec outlines his ongoing mission to build and grow an ecosystem that connects entrepreneurs with the resources needed to create the next great companies in Upstate NY.
Paul Singh is a venture capitalist and angel investor. He’s on a North American Tech Tour, traveling the nation in an Airstream trailer, telling entrepreneurial stories and looking for investments in small to mid-size cities like Syracuse. Recently, Upstate Venture Connect brought Singh to Central New York, the Mohawk Valley, and the Capital District. Singh squeezed in a CNY Conversation at Le Moyne’s Madden School of Business.
The Rochester Business Journal reports on Upstate Venture Connect’s new survey for Upstate CEOs. UVC is a nonprofit that focuses on creating an entrepreneur-led startup ecosystem for Upstate New York. The first of its kind Upstate CEO Survey will help determine the impact Upstate’s high-growth companies are having on our region’s economy.