The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) transforms applied research into business advantages. It brings together best-in-class manufacturers and Virginia's top higher education institutions (University of Virginia, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University) to collaborate and deliver new "production-ready" solutions to factories.
5520 West Quaker Road
Disputanta, VA 23842
CIT members are the CEOs and CIOs of organizations that range from technology start-ups to IT organizations that support billion dollar companies; and the technology consultants and the hardware, software and service providers that support them.
213 Silas Trace
The Confluence Water Technology Innovation Cluster of the Ohio River Valley Region is a concentration of interconnected organizations that work together to promote economic growth and harness the wealth of water technology innovation found in Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Its mission is to establish the region as a global leader in sustainable, environmental technology innovation, with an initial emphasis on water.
5735 Kellogg Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45230
Launched in 2000, the Connecticut Maritime Coalition is a non-profit trade association facilitating the competitiveness of Connecticut's maritime industries. Our cluster network is mostly composed of small and medium-sized business. Together, our group has reached a consensus on the issues facing the maritime industries in Connecticut and an approach to solve these issues. But i
P.O. Box 188
Stonington, CT 06378
The Connecticut Technology Council is a statewide association of technology oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership in areas of policy advocacy, community building and assistance for growing companies. Speaking for over 2,000 companies that employ some 200,000 residents, the Connecticut Technology Council seeks to provide a strong and urgent voice in support of the creation of a culture of innovation. This includes working to position Connecticut as a leader in idea creation
222 Pitkin Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
The Tourism Division works to make tourism a leading economic contributor and a source of pride for Connecticut. The division partners with the Connecticut business community and three tourism districts to position the state as a prime destination for leisure and business travelers and encourage strategic investment. The division offers a broad range of services, including marketing, research, hospitality services, direct sales and business marketing assistance.
One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT 06103
CURE is the educational and business support network organization for bioscience in Connecticut, with over 100 members. Its mission is to build networks and critical mass for the industry within the state, to keep Connecticut competitive in bioscience, and to tell the Connecticut bioscience story. CURE's membership includes major pharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and major research universities.
300 George Street
New Haven, CT 06511
The Consortium for Building Energy Innovation (CBEI)* is focused on generating impact in the small- and medium-sized commercial buildings (SMSCB) retrofit market. Located at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia, CBEI develops and demonstrates systems solutions in a real-world regional context for future national deployment.
As 95% of commercial buildings in the US are small- or medium-sized, CBEI’s research into and deployment of energy efficiency solutions for SMSCB is paramount.
4747 S. Broad St, Building 101, Suite 210
Philadelphia, PA 19112
Creative Alliance Milwaukee drives economic prosperity as a catalytic hub, growing Milwaukee's creative industries by leveraging applied creativity in education, commerce, and culture. With targeted focus, the creative industries will create jobs and businesses, enhance competitiveness of other businesses, be an important asset to attract and retain talent, and increase the vitality and quality of life throughout the region.
648 N. Plankinton Ave. Suite 425
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Current is a platform to connect the diverse set of water industry players (industry, utilities, research institutions, and civic institutions) to improve the efficiency of the Chicago region’s public and private water systems, develop innovative water technology solutions and raise regional and global awareness of Chicago’s water strengths. Chicago is well poised to lead the research, development and deployment of new water technologies and processes that are needed for the next ge
177 N State Street
Chicago, IL 60601