What is an incubator?

In business terms, an incubator is an organisation which provides office space, IT equipment as well as managing advice for emerging start-up companies.

Websites and technology product developers use incubators in order to finance and monitor acquired companies.

Technology Term:

Incubator

Standard Definition Exists?

A company that helps new and startup companies to develop by providing services such as management training or office space

Accepted Acronym:

Business incubator

Year first used/coined:

1959

Attributed to:

Joseph Mancuso

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