Between snow storms it is time to return to serious business; Plainfield's Council meetings.
In the Business to Business Directory there appears the following ad:
Legal Services and Business Consulting
“Incubators also differ from the U.S. Small Business Administration's Small Business Development Centers (and similar business support programs) in that they serve only selected clients. SBDCs are required by law to offer general business assistance to any company that contacts them for help. In addition, SBDCs work with any small business at any stage of development, not only startup companies. Many business incubation programs partner with their local SBDC to create a "one-stop shop" for entrepreneurial support.”
One (Incubator) is a for profit business; the U.S. Small Business Administration is a government agency. Bear this in mind in all discussions about public spirit and the Incubator.