The Platteville Business Incubator recently hosted a graduation party for its most recent graduates 4x Innovations, Our Kitchen and Mark Hirsh Photography. These three graduates mark the 46th, 47th and 48th graduates from the program, each launching in new locations in the surrounding communities. 4x Innovations manufactures Toyota-model truck armor, Our Kitchen is a food truck out of Potosi and Mark Hirsh Photography is a commercial photographer, photo journalist and publisher.
The Incubator’s 18 year history has launched notable local businesses such as Delta 3 Engineering, the region’s leading engineering and architecture; Applied Micro, a computer and network services company with offices in Platteville, Lancaster and Dodgeville as well as Lundell Insurance, a full service insurance firm headquartered in Dodgeville with now expansion offices in Platteville.
The Incubator’s 27,000 square foot building is more than just a place to get a business started, it is also well suited to help small businesses grow with:
- Established mentor relationships
- Business and financial coaching
- Training classes
- On-site daycare
- Supportive collaborative entrepreneurial community
- Commercial kitchen
- Laser cutting prototyping equipment
- Fiber optic internet
- Industrial suites from 1,000 to 5,000 square feet
- Professional offices from 125 to 4200 square feet
Applications and more information is available to PBII.org or contact Executive Director Kate Koziol at (608) 348-2758 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.