At TU Incubator, start-up ventures find the resources needed for success.
Our advisory board supports venture creation at Towson University.
Founded in 2007, TU Incubator has supported over 75 companies and produced greater than $50 million in economic impact. Today, TU Incubator is focused on technology enabled services, particularly those that focus on university core competencies, such as education and healthcare.
TU Incubator encourages engagement and collaboration between organizations to augment the resources needed to establish a strong business foundation. We work closely with our network of community partners, service providers, and experienced professionals to add value to our members and help them succeed.
Nestled in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region, Baltimore County is Maryland's second-largest
job center and a prime location to start a business. Support from the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development provides value to TU Incubator and its member companies.
Are you an early-stage business looking for support? Four membership levels provide options for growth.
$150 million in economic impact including over 1,000 jobs created.
TU Incubator surpasses 75 companies supported since inception.
TU Incubator grows to support largest cluster of EdTech companies in the state.
TU Incubator holds first EdTech Innovation Showcase.
TU Incubator partners with Dreamit EdTech to host customer immersion event.
TU Incubator reaches 50 members supported since inception.
TU Incubator moves from 7801 York Road to 7400 York Road, doubling capacity.
TU Incubator hosts first EdTech networking event.
TowsonGlobal changes name to TU Incubator.
Graduate member Keffa Coffee named Best Incubator Graduate Company of the Year by the Maryland Business Incubation Association.
Frank Bonsal III named director.
Towson University’s business incubator advisory board announces EdTech initiative.
Frank Bonsal III named Interim Director of TowsonGlobal.
Immersive 3D becomes first EdTech incubator member.
The fifth-year economic impact study shows $34 million in total economic activity and 150+ jobs created.
Inaugural Business Plan Competition held.
TowsonGlobal supports 10 members since inception.
TowsonGlobal graduates first member.
TowsonGlobal admits first five resident members.
First advisory board meeting held.
Towson University launches international business incubator, TowsonGlobal, in partnership with Baltimore County Economic Development. Clay Hickson named Director.