Joe Adame, former Corpus Christi Mayor, joined the INNOVATION CENTER as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR).
A group of individuals interested in angel investing met to discuss the possibility of creating an angel group in the South Texas region!
Director Bill Cone shared important information about the economic impact of the Unmanned Aircraft System test site headquartered at the INNOVATION CENTER during an interview with KIIITV.
On March 27th 2014, 23 people attended a 3D printing workshop to celebrate the acquisition of our 3D printer and highlight the important characteristics of 3D printing.
Maricela Sanchez, one of the incubation clients, was recently featured at Dogsized.com, a stylish urban dog lifestyle blog and online shop. Dogsized.com referred to Maricela’s creations as “exclusive, beautiful dog crates and gates” with an urban twist.
The INNOVATION CENTER wins another award at the ADDYS.
Congratulations to Toby Globy for being environmentally involved with the youth community! Toby Globy, the friendly, colorful, earth-headed character helps children from pre-K to 2nd grades to learn, take action and become the best stewards of the earth. Humberto Almaraz, the creator and Executive Director of Toby Globy Eco Action, an early childhood eco-curriculum supplement for teachers, believes that “While not every child will become an environmental scientist, every child can be an environmentalist.”
TAMUCC is now one of six federal test sites in the United States for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The University’s Lonestar UAS command center, located at the INNOVATION CENTER, presents an opportunity for aerospace entrepreneurs in Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend area. The American Aerospace Advisors, Inc. (AAA) and Balboa Map Company joined the INNOVATION CENTER as a result of the UAS deal.
Thumbs up for our client company Ergo Voice! They recently signed a product development agreement with NASA’s Johnson Space Center and Jacob Engineering. Ergo Voice will receive third party verification on its technology and recommendations on how to improve their model.
A new internship round has started at the INNOVATION CENTER. We have three new interns who are ready to start an amazing learning experience here at the INNOVATION CENTER!
We are pleased to celebrate the amazing news from Mr. Douglas Oxborrow on his great achievement. He joined us in 2009 as one of our firsts clients. His company, Sub-See Adventures, is now fully funded and ready to launch its underwater submarine diving experience!
Salesforce promises to bring tremendous value to our INNOVATION CENTER.
Barry Gross, founder and president of BillCutterz, was on Fox News on January 31, 2014. He talked about on how his company helps people save more on their monthly utility bills.
The INNOVATION CENTER is proud to present:
A Tax & H-1B Visa Workshop
When: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (CST)
Where: Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center
10201 S Padre Island Dr. Corpus Christi, TX 78418
Are you overpaying your bills? Billcutterz shares some tips to negotiate with utility companies. His company negotiates on behalf of customers to cut their utility bills.
Twenty-three Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi students were named Phase II semi-finalists in the Business Plan Competition on Monday, Jan. 13, at the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center.
Congratulation to out client, ARANA Water Technologies, LLC! The extensive tests by the Department of Life and Science have confirmed the effectiveness of ARANA’s advanced oxidation treatment system.
The Innovation Center facility is now the headquarters for the LONESTAR UNMMANED AERIAL VEHICLE innitiative which was recently approved by the Federal Aviation Administratin (FAA) as one of the six test sites nationally.
Water used in oil fracking is not the cleanest stuff, to say the least. Soon it will be, however, thanks to some new contraptions on the market.
David Fonseca, Incubator Manager of the INNOVATION CENTER, recently completed the NBIA's Incubator Management Certificate Program.
A new report put out by U.S. News and World Report ranks Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi as one of the best colleges in the country.
Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center celebrates upgrades Tuesday with ceremony - Callertimes
The INNOVATION CENTER Celebrates the Completion of $1.4 Million in Renovations
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi has developed a new unmanned aerial vehicle command and control center. The announcement was made at the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
The INNOVATION CENTER in the News on KRISTV
Married to a VOIP Provider – Why This Integrator Stopped Looking - Coltarus Halo LLC, a client of the INNOVATION CENTER
Owning a small business is part of the American dream. These days, even more students are helping make that dream a reality at the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center (CBBIC), while getting hands-on experience in the real world of business.
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi’s research division took a bold step in late 2012 by leading a statewide effort to win federal designation as a test site for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
Ensemble Group maps a new business model, plan for growth.
CBBIC welcomes four interns to its Fall 2013 Internship Program.
West Oso High School, Summer Bridge Program students toured CBBIC.
Maricela Sanchez was invited to attend the Dallas Pet Expo for her well-designed crates and gate panels for pets.
Dr. Byus brought his 'Introduction to Entrepreneurship' class to tour the Costal Bend Business Innovation Center.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn, Representative of Texas, visited Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi’s Coastal Bend Innovation Center on May 28, 2013.
Tracy Davis and Maricela Sanchez, who are the clients of Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center, won the two top prizes of 2012-2013 Coastal Bend Business Plan Competition.
The CBBIC would like to congratulate one of our companies, BillCutterz, LLC. On April 8th, 2013, BillCutterz was featured on one of the most popular sites in the world, lifehacker.com; Saving Money.
Toby Globy Eco Action, an affiliate client of the Innovation Center, visited Texas Water Day at the State Capitol, meeting State Representative Todd Hunter and individuals from various state agencies.
On February 21, 2013 graphic artists of the CBBIC: Gera Lemke, Elyveth Orellana and Jessica Aniol received multiple honors at the American Advertising Federation’s 63rd Annual ADDY Awards. Their personal and client submissions received a total of 1 gold, 5 silver, and 5 bronze student awards.
The Innovation Center is proud to present its newest graduate from the pre-incubation program client Maricela Sanchez, LLC.
The Island University competed agains seven other Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) university teams across the nation, and placed third in the Mid- South Reseach Chanllenge held February 2 in Memphis, Tennesse. Four Innovation Center employees were part of the team representing TAMUCC.
Coastal Bend Business Plan Competition announces Semi Finalists. Semi Finalists are encouraged by State Representitive Todd Hunter.
Congratulations to the most recent Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi graduates from the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center.
Dr. Jim Lee Named "Regents Professor"
Bill Cone Completes Incubator Management Program
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Bill Cone, Director of Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center (CBBIC) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Texas, recently completed the National Business Incubation Association’s (NBIA) Incubator Management Certificate Program.
2013 Business Plan Competition Entry Deadline
Corpus Christi, TX – Corey Risper, a client company of the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center (CBBIC), successfully launched his clothing line of map-designed T-shirts under the brand name Risper in “La Palmera” mall. The T-shirts are unique and original with flight charts, maps, and approach plates designs printed onto the shirts.
Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center Presented The State of New Venture Investing
TAMUCC students, business seek to clean hydraulic fracturing wastewater
University Students Develop Less Expensive Method For Launching Small Payloads into Low Earth Orbit
Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center Presents Innovation Awards