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Asia Pacific Incubation Network

Innovation and entrepreneurship are critical drivers of social and economic development. With increasing awareness around the world, especially in developing economies, about the need to promote Innovation and Entrepreneurship, policymakers and other stakeholders increasingly view business incubation as an important tool to unleash human ingenuity, enable competitive enterprises and create sustainable jobs. Business Incubation in the Asia Pacific region continues to prosper, with a growing global profile and recognition, and to grapple with global, regional and national changes and socio economic challenges.


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Aims of the association
The Asia Pacific Incubation Network (APIN) was established with energy and commitment from leading incubator managers in the region and with support from the World Bank's infoDev Program and the Department of Science and Technology in India. Its purpose is to help promote, support and develop quality business incubation in the region, developing management and policy capacities, sharing experiences and complementing the work of the Asian Association of Business Incubators (AABI), with whom a formal Memorandum of Understanding has been signed. The network is owned and driven by incubator managers, giving incubation professionals their own vehicle to learn from each other, undertake practical activities and to advocate for policy and other improvements.
Mailing address The association is member / partner of
Address: Asia Pacific Incubation Network (APIN)
PSG-Science & Technology Entrepreneurial Park (PSG-STEP)
City: Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
Post code: 641004
Country: India
Contact
Telephone: +91-422-4363300 Send mail:
Telefax: +91-422-2573833 Web site: www.incubationasia.com
  
  Mr. K Suresh Kumar
General Manager

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Registration and Classification
Registration date: Geographical coverage:regional
Registration place: Type of the association:formal
Beginning of operation:June 01, 2010
Membership
Ordinary members: Associate, affiliate, supporting members:
science / technology parks
business incubators
technology / innovation centers
business / industry parks
business & innovation centers
business support centers
economic development agencies
universities, higher education institutions
research institutes
technology transfer agencies
government organizations
technology / innovation centers
Number of members Possible types of membership
Full (regular) members: 103 institutional
Associate members:
Membership criteria
Any incubator in the Asia Pacific Region is eligible to become a member of the network.
Members
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