Co-incubation & Internationalization Partners
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.
ASPA is an international nongovernmental organization established in Japan in 1997 for the purpose of accomplishing the joint development in the fields of scientific technology, industry and economy in the Asian region.
ASPA has been trying to present a new paradigm for Asian industry and build economic consensus in Asia by bringing innovative organizations, companies and individuals together that make contributions to industrial and economic development in their societies.
The efforts to achieve these goals include holding international events which can boost exchanges of experience, knowledge and various projects and share industrial and economic resources through the expanding network.
The Asian Association of Business Incubation (AABI) promotes business incubation activities by facilitating information exchanges among Asian incubators, incubator clients and related organizations. Ultimately, this contributes to increased economic activity in Asia.
The Asia Pacific Incubation Network (APIN) was established with energy and commitment from leading incubator managers in the region and with support from the World Bank's infoDev Program and the Department of Science and Technology in India. Its purpose is to help promote, support and develop quality business incubation in the region, developing management and policy capacities, sharing experiences and complementing the work of the Asian Association of Business Incubators (AABI), with whom a formal Memorandum of Understanding has been signed. The network is owned and driven by incubator managers, giving incubation professionals their own vehicle to learn from each other, undertake practical activities and to advocate for policy and other improvements.
A non-profit international organization, AURP represents the leadership of these technology developments, which are designed to promote research institute-industry relations, to foster innovation, and to facilitate the transfer of technology from such institutions to the private sector.
Shanghai Technology Innovation Center (STIC)
Shanghai Technology Innovation Center (STIC), a non-profit public Institution under the direct leadership of S&T Commission of Shanghai Municipality, was established in April, 1988. STIC incubation base, as a technology achievement incubation base, is invested by Shanghai Government, and directed by STIC with the authorization from Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality. The incubation base is approved by Ministry of Science & Technology of P.R.C. as a State-level New &High Technology Innovation Service Center and one of the bases of Shanghai International Business Incubator.
STIC devotes to the tenet of “Transfer technology achievements, incubate technology enterprises, and cultivate technology entrepreneurs”, and strives to build an excellent innovation environment to provide comprehensive services to technology enterprises and innovators for the commercialization, industrialization and internationalization of hi-tech technology achievements
HONG KONG SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK (HKSTPC)
HKSTPC offers a comprehensive range of services to cater for the needs of industry at various stages, ranging from offering a series of management and technical support programmes through industry and university collaboration; nurturing technology start-ups through the Incu-Tech programme support at a Tech Centre; providing advanced facilities and support services in the 22-hectare state-of-the-art Hong Kong Science Park for applied R&D activities; providing land and premises in the three Industrial Estates totaling 239 hectare for hi-tech manufacturing.
The National Incubator Network Association (NINA)
The National Incubator Network Association (NINA) was formally established on the 9th of January 2004 to serve as a common platform for knowledge sharing on incubation/business acceleration among all the incubators in Malaysia and for forging collaborative efforts among incubators for their mutual benefits.
NINA current members include twenty (20) incubators throughout Malaysia and currently comprise of mostly MSC-Status Incubator organizations. Among them are:
- Technology Park Malaysia
- Kulim High Tech Park
- MSC Technology Commercialization Centre
- MIRC Incubator
- kPerak Incubator
- SIRIM Berhad
- Usains Holdings Sdn Bhd
Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU)
Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU), founded in 1950 as Novosibirsk Institute of Electrical Engineering, is one of the major educational and research centers in Russia. During the years of its existence, the university has trained more than 100000 specialists.
The university has a great experience in training students from foreign countries. Over the last 30 years more than 2000 international students- from Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria, Cuba, Vietnam, Mongolia, China, Brazil, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, India, Lithuania, CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States), Ghana, Nigeria - have graduated from the university and more than 500 have studied the Russian language.