“We’re trying to help entrepreneurs at every stage of their business,” said Ignite Executive Director Max Miller. “We’re also helping existing businesses and people who were working out of their living rooms.” The business incubator, operated by Washington & Jefferson College at 57 E. Chestnut St., offers offices, conference rooms and creative space for entrepreneurs.
The years-long project known as the Greater Washington Area Business Incubator in Washington has been rebranded and is ready to open this week. Ignite, as it’s now called, sits where the former O’Reilly Auto Parts shop was, at 57 E. Chestnut St. in Washington.
An early May opening is planned for ignite, the erstwhile Greater Washington Area Business Incubator. Conversion of a former O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store is almost complete at 57 E. Chestnut St. in Washington, where “they’re putting final touches on the building,” said Max Miller, director of the project.
The EQT Foundation (Foundation) today announced their 2020 giving total of more than $3.5 million to various programs and organizations throughout the footprint of southwestern Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia, and eastern Ohio.
Entrepreneurial studies are being taught enthusiastically and aggressively in the three institutions of higher learning in Greene and Washington counties.
Exterior construction of the Greater Washington Area Business Incubator has advanced to the point that a virtual groundbreaking is anticipated over the next two months.