Institutional Partners

The Hamden Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) works with numerous institution partners and trade organizations who provide professional and technical expertise that is critical to the types of projects HEDC commits to. These partners also provide HEDC with board members, funding and best practices.


Connecticut Business Incubator Network

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The Connecticut Business Incubator Network's vision is to stimulate Connecticut's economic development through business incubation activities, resulting in the creation of new jobs, new businesses and new investments. The Network's seven participating incubator programs operate a total of ten facilities that are strategically located throughout the state. Together, the facilities provide a home to more than 64 start-up businesses.

Contact:
Paul Striebel: Program Administrator
(860) 282-4231
pstriebel@ccat.us


The National Business Incubation Association

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The National Business Incubation Association (NBIA) is the world’s leading organization advancing business incubation and entrepreneurship. Each year, it provides thousands of professionals with information, education, advocacy and networking resources to bring excellence to the process of assisting early-stage companies. An elected, voting board of directors representing the world's leading incubators governs the association.


National Brownfield Association

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The National Brownfield Association (NBA) was established in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational organization dedicated to stimulating the responsible redevelopment of brownfields. The NBA is the premier association for government, businesses and individuals involved in sustainable development building green on brown.

The NBA is the only group that represents the wide array of brownfield stakeholders – property owners, developers, investors, service professionals and government representatives. Membership is designed to meet the needs of professionals, whether an individual or a group. NBA’s strength comes from its network, where professionals can meet share ideas and exchanges experiences.

NBA’s mission is carried out through three primary conduits – information, education, and events. We are the "go to" organization for information on the brownfield market, and through our website, email updates and NBA’s Dirt-E-Talk newsletter, we have the ability to keep our members well informed of changing market conditions, projects, redevelopment opportunities, policy and legislation.


Connecticut Economic Development Association (CEDAS)

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CEDAS, the Connecticut Economic Development Association, is a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the practice of economic development within the state of Connecticut. The Association encourages communication among its members by providing a forum for discussion and information exchange.


REX Development

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Created in 1996, REX was formed as the economic development entity for the fifteen towns served by the South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG). Want help expanding your business or relocating here? Need advice on finding a great job nearby? Want to connect with other professionals that share your passion? Ask REX.