LEWISBURG — Lewisburg entrepreneurs frequently come through Bucknell University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) when they look to turn their new business ideas into reality — more specifically its Startup Lewisburg entrepreneurial incubator.
Startup Lewisburg has now been home to business innovators in downtown Lewisburg for the past seven years, providing them access to consulting services, broadband internet access and exclusive networking opportunities.
Now in partnership with DRIVE (Driving Real Innovation for a Vibrant Economy), an economic development entity, the Bucknell SBDC is replicating that startup incubator model in nearby Danville. The business incubator has been open since March in the DRIVE office building along Railroad Street in Danville at the site of the former Metso Minerals complex.
Following initial support from Merck’s Neighbor of Choice program, Startup Danville will soon be scaling up operations with support from