Morris County has developed a hub for innovation centers, pulling from the county’s resources within technology, life sciences, healthcare, and financial company backgrounds. The diversity of growing New Jersey businesses has created massive opportunities for corporate incubators to hatch within the county’s key thriving industries.
We all know the pace of business just keeps getting faster and faster. That puts even more pressure on organizations to be innovative, but traditional approaches often seem inadequate. This has led organizations to explore new avenues and inspiration by launching innovation centers.
Since 2012, the Innovation Global Network (founded by Arthur Fox in Mount Freedom, NJ) has recruited over 2,600 members globally. He tells us, these centers provide a source for engaging best innovation management and technology practices, and an ability to submit promising project opportunities with an availability of training and support as needed. With active, content-rich business networks surrounding our region, we are gaining collaboration opportunities from company professionals, and a rise in new relationships and contacts for our economic impact.
Here at the MCEDC we know the economic benefit of innovation centers here in Morris County. We join with these centers to build on the upward momentum, generate awareness for growing businesses and to drive innovation.