FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 1, 2014
Liz Thomas, Thomas/Boyd Communications
New Camden CoLab program will offer enhanced workspace & features
to help small businesses, students
Camden, NJ – Rutgers University and Drexel University have joined with Cooper’s Ferry Partnership to better provide superior small business incubation services in the City of Camden in the new Camden CoLab.
This combined business development and co-working space is now the premiere entrepreneurship and incubator services in the South Jersey/Philadelphia region, providing under one roof the Rutgers Camden Technology Campus (RCTC), the Drexel University ACIN Camden Center, and additional open format coworking space for entrepreneurs. Located in the Waterfront Technology Center at 200 Federal Street, Camden CoLab will formally open in September 2014.
Office space for small businesses, entrepreneurs, sole proprietorships and organizations seeking satellite offices is now available while the CoLab space undergoes significant upgrades. Pricing options start at $100/month, and prospective members can try out the space rent-free for one week.
“Camden CoLab brings together two world class universities and their current amenities along with upgraded co-working space, creating a world class incubator that will better support the growth of individual businesses and meet our goal of fostering the expansion of small businesses and entrepreneurship in Camden,” said Jacob Gordon, Vice President at Cooper's Ferry Partnership.
For more information, call Victoria Gilbert at 856-757-9154, email email@example.com, or visit www.camdencolab.com.
More about Cooper’s Ferry Partnership
Cooper’s Ferry Partnership is a nonprofit economic development corporation that facilitates long-range policy and infrastructure projects for the Camden Waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods, to revitalize the City of Camden as the place to work, live and invest. For more information, visit www.coopersferry.com or www.camdenwaterfront.com.
More about the ACIN Camden Technology Center
The ACIN Camden Technology Center is tasked with commercializing new technologies and fostering growth in private-sector companies that are developing new technologies and products to be used in military and commercial applications. Established in 2001, the ACIN Camden Center for Entrepreneurship in Technology is a full-service technology accelerator program designed to assist small companies exploit opportunities within the military through delivering products and services based on emerging technologies that meet an immediate need.
More about the Rutgers Camden Technology Campus
Rutgers Camden Technology Campus, Inc. (RCTC) is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation that was organized under the auspices of the Office of the Provost at Rutgers-Camden. Its mission is to encourage businesses that have high potential for growth and job creation to locate in Downtown Camden. It works to accomplish this mission by providing subsidized rent, professional mentoring, business services and management assistance along with access to venture capital and other supportive services to early stage companies that meet criteria for potential growth.