Posts Tagged ‘startup companies’

Innovation to encounter ‘real-world’ market tests at Startup Weekend

by Ted Carter Published: January 11,2013

Tags: entrepreneurship, Innovate Mississippi, startup companies, technology, venture capital

Aspiring technology entrepreneurs and their more established counterparts are starting the New Year with a “Startup Weekend” Jan. 18-20 at Millsaps College in Jackson. Innovate Mississippi, formerly the Mississippi Technology Alliance, hopes the 54 hours of entrepreneurial brainstorming and mentoring builds on the success of last year’s Startup Weekend. February’s Start-up event drew 73 participants […] [...]

Texting Leader, Pearl River Glass win MTA’s New Venture Challenge

RIDGELAND and JACKSON — Ridgeland-based Texting Leader, LLC and Jackson-based Pearl River Glass Studio Inc. both received first place in separate divisions of the Mississippi Technology Alliance’s (MTA) Fifth Annual Mississippi New Venture Challenge at the Jackson Convention Complex. The New Venture Challenge is a business plan competition that provides an opportunity for aspiring innovators […] [...]

RSDecon showcases new facility at The Accelerator

HATTIESBURG — RSDecon recently hosted an open house of its patented Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion (RSDL) that is produced at the University of Southern Mississippi’s materials science laboratory and business incubator, The Accelerator. RSDecon is a subsidiary of Bracco Diagnostics’ Healthcare Protective Products Division (HPPD). “I can tell you that one of the major selling […] [...]

Coast business incubator gets increased funding

by Associated Press Published: October 19,2011

Tags: business incubator, Entrepreneurs, municipal government, small business, startup companies

MOSS POINT — Pascagoula officials have decided to restore its funding to the Jackson County Small Business Incubator. The city council voted yesterday to give the incubator the $10,000 that had been requested, up from the $2,500 the board originally approved. The Mississippi Press says the board was acting on the advice of City Manager […] [...]

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