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Program Empowers Aspiring Black Entrepreneurs

Black Entrepreneurs in Training (BET) aims to increase the participation of students of color in Cornell’s entrepreneurship ecosystem and generate an active and visible group of black alumni who have founded successful companies.

Food Science Startup Harnesses the Power of Fermentation

A new company called BioAncient is taking an innovative approach to producing beverages. The startup specializes in fermented plant-based beverages that are naturally rich in bioactive peptides.

Ippolito Testified Before Congress to Support Diverse Innovators

Andrea Ippolito ‘06, M.Eng. '07, testified in front of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Small Business on January, 15, 2020, and shared six policy recommendations to push for additional support and patents for diverse innovators in America.

The Ag Economy in the Grow-NY Region: An Overview

The Grow-NY region, made up of counties in the Finger Lakes, Central New York, and Southern Tier regions, has seen employment in the food and ag sectors grow by 25.4% in the past decade1, according to a Center for Regional Economic Advancement (CREA) at Cornell University analysis of New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) data.

Spotlight: Food & Beverage Investment in New York State

New York State’s food and beverage manufacturing companies have brought in $2.3 billion in private capital investment since 2010, according to a Center for Regional Economic Advancement (CREA) analysis of data collected by CB Insights.
Program Empowers Aspiring Black Entrepreneurs

Program Empowers Aspiring Black Entrepreneurs

Black Entrepreneurs in Training (BET) aims to increase the participation of students of color in Cornell’s entrepreneurship ecosystem and generate an active and visible group of black alumni who have founded successful companies.

The Ag Economy in the Grow-NY Region: An Overview

The Ag Economy in the Grow-NY Region: An Overview

The Grow-NY region, made up of counties in the Finger Lakes, Central New York, and Southern Tier regions, has seen employment in the food and ag sectors grow by 25.4% in the past decade1, according to a Center for Regional Economic Advancement (CREA) at Cornell University analysis of New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) data.