NYSTAR was created as part of the landmark Jobs 2000 Act (J2K), passed by the Legislature and signed into law in 1999. NYSTAR will harness the economic power within New York State's more than 300 public and private research universities and institutions of higher learning by investing today in the job-creating technologies of tomorrow. To achieve this mission, NYSTAR has invested more than $316 million in new funds in our research universities across the State since its inception.The Small Business Technology Investment Fund (SBTIF) provides start-up high-tech companies throughout New York State with a source of venture capital to promote new job creation and economic growth. The Fund makes early stage equity investments in companies that have developed innovative technology products or services and that display significant competitive advantage. It also offers technical and managerial services to growing technology-based business ventures.
NYSTAR Headquarter Location
30 South Pearl Street 11th Floor
Albany, New York, 12207,
3 Team Members
NYSTAR has 3 team members, including current Managing Director, Divjot Narang.
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