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What is an Incubator?

Think science class. Incubators are used to provide a safe environment for something to grow where it is nurtured and supported until it is ready for the next stage. Now translate that to a business. A business incubator is where a company can begin in a safe environment where it is nurtured and supported until it is ready to launch into the "real world".

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Innovation Den is the newest Living Learning Community on the NMSU Campus.

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Studio G

Welcome to Studio G!

New Mexico State University's Studio G is more than a student incubator, it is a place where ideas grow. Our mission is to develop energized, connected, and creative student entrepreneurs who launch start-up companies. Our goal is to arm students with the entrepreneurial tools needed to kick-start a thriving business.

Watch the video below to see how having a community of like-minded people, invigorated and involved in entrepreneurship, can help you with that idea that has its foot in the door of your mind.

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Blog Posts

Innoventure Competition

The Innoventure competition, which took place on March 1st at Las Cruces Convention Center, hosted over thirty teams from about fifteen different middle and high schools. The theme this year prompted students to redesign everyday products to make them more efficient. All of the teams put in a lot of effort and had good products, but there were two clear winners!

InNEWvations, from Ruidoso High School, rebuilt a car seat to alert drivers if they forgot their children in their car seat.…


Posted by Jane Kim on March 19, 2013 at 2:00pm

Dress Like You Mean It

Once, I was invited to attend a luncheon to accept a scholarship. However, since I was super busy, I had nearly forgotten until around 15 minutes before it started. Also, being an extreme noob, I hadn’t realized that everyone would be wearing semi-formal attire, and here I showed up wearing faded jeans, a nasty tee shirt, and an old hoodie jacket with frayed sleeves. Wow, talk about me feeling awkward. I couldn’t even muster up the confidence to walk up to a table of people and introduce…


Posted by Julia Vulcan on December 7, 2012 at 9:56am

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