The Saratoga Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) is the central point of contact for businesses looking to expand or locate in Saratoga assisting in site selection, liaison with local, state and regional economic development programs, incentive packaging, community development, labor market analysis, customized training and small business finance.
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New York's Tech Valley is home to many large and advanced high tech companies focusing on six main industries: Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, Renewable Energy, Homeland Security / Defense, Information Technology and Nanotechnology. Among the companies that have invested in this area are IBM with over 2$ billion as well as GE who have invested over 600$ million in the R&D and local manufacturing facility.
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Global Foundries is one of the large companies that have decided to locate in upstate New York.
For more information about the company, the reasons they came to New York and the incentive package they have received from the state.
The Luther Forest Technology Campus is a unique site in a strategic location, located within 2 hour drive to NYC, Montreal and Boston.
The site's attributes are: Big Site‐ 1,414 acres with expedited site plan approval, superior Infrastructure, leading R&D Assets and a Skilled Workforce, world Class Incentives, intellectual Property Protection, future home to GLOBALFOUNDRIES Fab 8.
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The Saratoga Technology Energy Park is sponsored by NYSERDA, the NY state energy research and development authority, with the aim of finding advance innovative energy solutions that improve New York’s economy and environment.
In addition to developed infrastructures, the park provides unique funding opportunities for high tech companies.
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The training and education center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies at the Hudson Valley Community College offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs through its four schools: Business; Engineering & Industrial Technologies; Health Sciences; and Liberal Arts and Sciences. The College serves approximately 13,500 students each semester, and employs more than 630 full- and part-time faculty members.
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