North Central Campus for Emerging Technologies cultivates high tech investment and job growth

Unique partnership provides access to grant programs as well as expertise in the manufacturing process and scientific communities.

The North Central Campus for Emerging Technologies (NCC-ET) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit committed to expanding high tech investment and job growth by building upon the State of Ohio’s Third Frontier Initiative focused on technology innovation and commercialization.  This regional effort is strengthened through collaborative efforts with universities government, and industry.  The NCC-ET works collaboratively with outside organizations and builds upon educational, industrial and manufacturing, and economic resources and create high-tech, high-paying manufacturing jobs in Findlay and Hancock County.

Entrepreneurs and innovative companies looking for a community that welcomes and helps foster business commercialization now have another reason to put the Findlay-Hancock County region on their list of potential sites.

What can the NCC-ET do for my commercialization efforts?

The NCC-ET nurtures the development of entrepreneurial companies, helping them survive and grow during the start-up and commercialization stages when they are most vulnerable. 

The NCC-ET and its partners can provide hands-on management assistance, access to financing, and exposure to critical business or technical support services.  We also offer entrepreneurial firms shared office services, access to equipment, flexible leases, and expandable and affordable space – all under one roof. 


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