The new Entrepreneur Innovation Center at Framingham State University seeks more entrepreneurs to work out of its 14 Vernon St. location overlooking the old New England Framingham Green. For a small monthly fee, entrepreneurs have co-working space, access to free paid undergrad interns working for 5 to 10 hours per week on entrepreneur’s projects, a conference room, a cute café with gourmet coffee, free parking a block from Route 9 & 1.5 miles from Exit 12 on the MassPike.
Entrepreneurship starts with an idea, but it only blossoms with know-how and access to key resources.
FSU knows there are passionate people with novel ideas right in our MetroWest neighborhood. The University created the Entrepreneur Innovation Center to give these MetroWest new ventures – and the people behind them – all the chances in the world to grow. Our pledge is to help startups emerge in our region which both help create jobs, and globally competitive businesses.
A piece of the FSU campus has been set aside for the Entrepreneur Innovation Center. Here selected MetroWest budding entrepreneurs will have access to workspace and mentorship resources.
Center members also have access to Workbar’s Boston and Cambridge collaborative workspaces, plus become part of their community with more than 750 entrepreneurial professionals. To have an inside look at one of our "Bump and Connect" events, take a look at this video.