Central New York is fertile soil for startups.

The Tech Garden is the Northeast's premier entrepreneurial ecosystem, providing comprehensive support for turning great ideas into high-growth businesses. Our unique approach fuses the best aspects of technology incubators and business accelerators, creating the ideal home for nurturing entrepreneurial visions.

For Entrepreneurs

Plant yourself here.

For Mentors

Unleash your inner entrepreneur.

For Investors

Fund better prepared businesses.

For Service Providers

Meet your future best clients.

A Trellis for better, faster growth

To help entrepreneurs focus their time, energy and resources on business growth, we provide the physical, educational, networking and capital formation support they need to accelerate success. Collectively, we call our programs, resources and facilities the Trellis.

In the Trellis, The Tech Garden’s educational and competitive programs connect entrepreneurs at all levels to collaborators, mentors and funding sources most applicable to their industries. Numerous resources surround startups with as-needed operational and technical talent to help them get farther faster. Our facilities give young companies affordable access to the physical amenities necessary for collaborating, meeting and entertaining.

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CenterState CEO Announces New Tech Garden Resource Manager
CenterState CEO announced it has hired Traci Geisler as its new resource manager for The Tech Garden, its technology incubator and business accelerator. Geisler most recently was living and practicing …
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Clean Tech Center Graduates Highlighted
Clean Tech Center graduates and current clients were highlighted in the latest video promoting the New York Reforming the Energy Vision on New York State's Website. The companies included in …
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AT&T's Youth Code Project of Central New York

On Aug 18th

AT&T's YOUTH CODE PROJECT, in partnership with Upstate Interactive, is a FREE two hour workshop in which children from across Central New York, ranging from ages 8-to-16, will come together, …
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