This year marked the first year that the CBP recognized its expert volunteers and Business Incubation Center graduates. Amid the setting of an amazing lunch, the CBP hosted over 20 volunteers and representatives of three graduated incubator companies.
“Our graduating companies leave the CBP as financially viable, strong enterprises that create jobs and contribute mightily to the regional economy,” stated Business Incubation Center Director Tori Swann. “We are very proud of their progress.”
The companies who left or graduated from the CBP during 2019 include:
CBP Executive Director Mark Scarano distributed framed commendations to the five volunteer companies and individuals who donated the most amount of time. Scarano noted how much the CBP depends on the generous donation of time by volunteers who share the CBP’s mission: “Our volunteers take their counseling and training roles seriously and proudly give back expertise and experiences to help other entrepreneurs.”
The five companies or individuals who provided the largest donation of time to the CBP in 2019 include: