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InterTech Science Park
Sponsored by the Biomedical Research Foundation of Northwest Louisiana, InterTech Science Park is an 800-acre urban science and technology park located in Shreveport, Louisiana USA. InterTech’s long-term goal is to establish northwest Louisiana as a nationally recognized technology center. Working with InterTech to achieve this goal are eleven north Louisiana higher education partners coordinated by the Consortium for Education, Research and Technology (CERT). The Park is physically located to take advantage of the sizeable medical and research infrastructure represented by Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and three private medical institutions, all adjacent to or within InterTech. InterTech provides its tenants with access to academic facilities, researchers, core equipment laboratories, animal care, multi-tenant wet lab and office space, land for building, venture capital, business planning assistance and financial incentives.
Small Emerging Business Development Program (SEBD)
Funded in part with a HUD Historically Black Colleges and Universities grant, SUSLA’s business incubator provides support to fledgling businesses by reducing overhead during the start-up period and providing business related services.
Louisiana Tech Enterprise Center
The Enterprise Center will be a central partner in a thriving economy of high tech companies and creative enterprises that support quality jobs and improve the quality of life in our region. As the primary business support and development outreach are of Louisiana Tech University, LaTEC is designed to facilitate and promote the growth of new and existing business ventures in the innovation enterprise throughout the I-20 corridor of north Louisiana.