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Table Of Contents

Foreword......Page 5
Table of Contents......Page 7
List of Figures......Page 8
Table 2.1. Incubator set up......Page 42
Table 2.2. Incubator management......Page 43
Table 4.4. Incubator performance......Page 44
Table 1. A Breakdown of Investment in Incubators by Region......Page 56
Table 3.2. Major Consultation Services Offered by Incubators in Germany......Page 58
Table 6.1. Managers and Current Tenant Firms Report on Services Available at Michigan-Based Incubators......Page 162
Figure 2.1. Opening dates of existing incubators......Page 30
Size of incubators......Page 31
Building characteristics......Page 32
Incubator objectives......Page 33
Management practices......Page 35
Legal status and main stake holders......Page 53
Figure 2. Holders of equity in German incubators (percentage of cases)......Page 54
Figure 3.3. Facilities and technical services provided by incubators......Page 57
Figure 3.5. Size of German incubators (in square metres)......Page 59
Job creation......Page 64
Box 1. Supporting business incubation in Russia......Page 17
Incubator management......Page 18
Introduction......Page 9
Linkages with the local economy......Page 10
The impact of business incubators......Page 11
Evaluating business incubators......Page 13
Considering the economic rationale for public investment in incubators......Page 14
Technology incubators......Page 16
Rentals and other income sources......Page 19
Interactions with institutions of higher education......Page 20
Concluding remarks......Page 21
Notes......Page 22
Bibliography......Page 23
United States......Page 24
What business incubation means in Australia......Page 26
Government support and business incubators......Page 27
Stream 2: Independent incubators......Page 28
Number, age and location of incubators......Page 29
• Managers......Page 34
Incubator performance and business outcomes......Page 36
• Increase local employment......Page 37
• Maximising income......Page 38
• Diversification......Page 39
A guide to best practice......Page 40
Policy plays......Page 41
Bibliography......Page 46
Other Information Sources......Page 48
The relevance of incubators in regional policy......Page 49
Recent trends......Page 50
Classification of existing incubators......Page 51
Main objectives......Page 52
Financial set-up......Page 55
Fields of operation......Page 60
Assessment of impact......Page 61
Contribution to structural adjustment......Page 62
Technology transfer......Page 65
The contribution of incubator management to regional networking......Page 66
Conclusions and outlook......Page 68
Bibliography......Page 71
A national network......Page 73
Costs per job......Page 74
Problems in achieving tenant turnover......Page 75
Adding value......Page 77
Local alliances: the role of leadership......Page 78
SME finance......Page 79
The importance of clusters and networks......Page 80
Summary of conclusions......Page 81
Before and after Law 181/89......Page 82
SPI in the Italian context......Page 83
SPI’s BICs and CISIs......Page 85
BIC Friuli Venezia Giulia: Trieste (1989)......Page 89
BIC Friuli Venezia Giulia: Gorizia (1995)......Page 91
BIC Liguria: Genoa (1990)......Page 92
CISI Puglia: Taranto (1992)......Page 95
CISI Puglia: Casarano (1996)......Page 98
CISI Campania: Pozzuoli (1994) and Marcianise (1995)......Page 99
BIC Toscana: Massa (1995)......Page 102
CISI Abruzzo: Teramo (June 1996)......Page 103
BIC Sicilia: Catania (July 1996)......Page 104
CISI Molise: Campobasso (September 1996)......Page 106
A national network......Page 107
Turning over space more productively......Page 109
Management......Page 110
Financial consequences......Page 111
Introduction......Page 114
Business incubation in the United Kingdom......Page 116
How the United Kingdom’s SME policies developed......Page 120
The experience of British Steel (Industry) Ltd.......Page 126
BICs, technology transfer and property development......Page 136
Bibliography......Page 146
Introduction......Page 147
Classification of incubation program types......Page 149
The industry......Page 151
Services......Page 152
Role of government......Page 153
Massachusetts......Page 154
Michigan......Page 155
Impact assessment......Page 156
Best practices......Page 158
Planning and preparation......Page 159
Tenant-manager relationships......Page 160
Mistakes made, lessons learned......Page 161
Competitive advantage of incubation programs......Page 163
Costs of operation......Page 164
Notes......Page 166
Birmingham Business Assistance Network (BBAN) – Birmingham, Alabama, USA......Page 167
Thoughts from the Director......Page 168
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Incubator Program – Troy, New York, USA......Page 169
Thoughts from the Director......Page 170
A “Best Practices” incubation program:......Page 171
Bibliography......Page 173


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