Westchester County’s Element 46 incubator program has a new home for its latest cohort of budding entrepreneurs.
Element 46’s startups will be located at new workspace at Robert Martin Company’s headquarters at 100 Clearbrook Road in Elmsford.
Robert Martin is leasing to the County 1,500 s/f of fully furnished, wi-fi equipped space for the duration of the six-month incubator program.
“We are grateful to Robert Martin Company for providing this beautiful new space for our incoming cohort. This is the kind of exciting environment that encourages collaboration and inspires innovative thinking,” said Westchester County Director of Economic Development Bridget Gibbons.
“We believe initiatives such as Element 46 are a critical pathway for continuing to reinvest in an already strong economy,” said Greg Berger, President of Robert Martin Company, addressing the 11 startups at the new workspace.
“We look forward to the day when we can lease you larger space because your businesses have grown beyond your wildest dreams.”
Element 46 incubator provides training, mentoring, free workspace and access to pro bono services to enable startups to develop their businesses within a network of peers.