I²C focusses on the powerful collaboration of resources aimed at accelerating entrepreneurship through expertise, training, and mentorship to the regional workforce, entrepreneurs, companies, and local communities. Furthermore, I²C serves as the focal point for incubation, education, and support for entrepreneurs across the 15-county region in Northern Alabama and South-Central Tennessee including Blount, Colbert, Cullman, DeKalb, Etowah, Franklin, Giles, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Lincoln, Marshall, Madison, and Morgan counties. Our Location The I²C community benefits greatly from its presence and location on the UAH campus in many ways by educating and inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders through: Support and guidance via UAH's vast network of faculty mentors and advisors. Support via the growing community of entrepreneurs, student clubs, and innovators on the UAH campus. Engagement with our UAH community through student jobs, internships, consulting, collaborative/sponsored research and related opportunities. Use of UAH's capabilities in research, technology development and specialized facilities/labs.