In New York, Westchester has a new program to develop businesses in the county.
It’s called Element 46, and Westchester County Executive George Latimer says it is designed to inspire and support entrepreneurial talent and the development of new businesses in Westchester by providing founders with access to programing and resources. The startup incubator will provide participants with mentors and advisors as well as free full-time space at a co-working office, and more. A cohort of 15 selected entrepreneurs will be housed in a number of co-working locations in the county and paired with experts across the business, innovation and investment communities. The first cohort of Element 46 will be selected in April and begin in July 2019.