NEO Center offers collaborative space for aspiring entrepreneurs

Aug 1, 2013

In addition to workspace, the NEO Center offers prospective Lansing businesses things like networking and business placement assistance.
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The NEO Center, Lansing’s first business incubator, is marking a year and a half of helping aspiring entrepreneurs launch small businesses.  The NEO Center, short for New Enterprise Opportunity, offers office space and a variety of other resources to help new business endeavors get a foothold and hopefully take off.  

Tom Stewart, founder and board member of the NEO Center, and Kate Snyder, a tenant of the NEO Center and CEO of the brand new Piper and Gold public relations firm, give an update on the incubator's activities.