March 30 2017
News

Where Albany ranks for college and university engineering R&D space

Albany Business Review By: Shannon Sweeney The Albany area ranked seventh nationally for available engineering research and development space at colleges and universities, above cities like San Francisco and State College, Pennsylvania. Four colleges and universities — SUNY Polytechnic Institute, the University at Albany, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Union College — combined for a total

March 30 2017
News, R&D

PRESS RELEASE: Metros with the Most Academic Engineering & Science R&D Space

March 30, 2017 Media Contact James Schlett Director of Research and Communications 518-465-8975 X221 jamess@ceg.org Got Space to Innovate? Metros with the Most Academic Engineering & Science R&D Space Albany Ranks 7th in US for Academic Engineering R&D Space, Beating San Francisco, Raleigh The Albany-Schenectady-Troy metropolitan statistical area (MSA) has the nation’s seventh greatest amount

March 29 2017
News

CEG hits $6 million fundraising goal

Times Union Albany The Albany-based Center for Economic Growth has raised $6 million for its “Accelerate” regional economic development initiative. The five-year campaign will help CEG promote the Capital Region to businesses and entrepreneurs from across the country. About 200 companies have invested in the 30-year-old organization.

March 29 2017
News

Regional development group hits $6M target for capital campaign

Troy Record ALBANY, N.Y. >> The Center for Economic Growth has reached the $6 million target of its ‘Accelerate’ capital campaign. Launched in Septmber, Accelerate is a five-year campaign and collaborative investment to accelerate and secure the region’s economic stability. According to a news release from the 30-year-old, regional professional and economic development organization, the

March 29 2017
News

CEG reaches $6M capital goal for development initiative

The Daily Gazette Daily Gazette Staff Report   The Center for Economic Growth has reached its goal of $6 million in donations for its Accelerate initiative. Launched on Sept. 1, Accelerate is a five-year campaign and collaborative investment to build the region’s economic stability. Two hundred organizations contributed money to reach the $6 million goal, mostly

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