The I²C is a place for anyone looking to learn about entrepreneurship, ideate and grow their startup. We thought we'd break it down to define our prime audience. We work with... Individuals with an idea or early stage startup... Who want to turn their idea into a reality, but may not be able to commit full time just yet. Who want to build a foundation in entrepreneurship in preparation for launching their business. Who want the opportunity to “kick the tires” on a concept and get a taste of the entrepreneur life. Startups that may be further along with their implementation, strategy, and execution of business model... Who want incubation or co-working space, programming support, mentorship, and access to a vibrant entrepreneurial eco-system. Corporate teams from an established company... Who want to conceive, foster, launch, and manage a new business that may be distinct from the parent company. Who want to ideate, experiment, and commercialize technologies though a sandbox approach. Who want to set up satellite presence and explore new markets. Local and regional FFRDCs, government labs, and R&D agencies looking to commercialize their IP portfolio... Who want an “external” showcase to promote their commercializable assets. Who want assistance in the development and execution of a viable commercialization strategy. Mentors with domain, industry, and operational expertise... Who want to get engaged and be a part of the I²C startup community. Who want to discover innovative business ideas and find business opportunities with potential future payoffs. Who want to gain satisfaction in helping someone grow professionally. Investors with interest in early stage ventures... Who want to get engaged and be a part of the I²C startup community. Who want to discover innovative business ideas and find business opportunities. Who want to identify commercialization opportunities and strategic partnerships for their portfolio companies. Service Providers with specific technology, business, or legal expertise... Who want to partner with I²C companies. Who want to provide low cost assistance on start-up services.