Business Incubator at Miller Campus
The Miller Business Resource Center is home to the Business Incubator, a mentorship-driven program and physical facility assisting innovative and scalable startups. If you have a novel approach to your industry, and it has the potential to become a substantial business, then the Incubator is the right place for you. The Incubator is mixed-use, which means the industry you are in does not play a factor in your participation or inclusion in the programs. It’s all about innovation and scalability.
The incubator is a combination of physical space along with training and direct mentorship. Our physical space is a professional office setting with options for open co-working space, cubicles and closed-door offices. We adhere to the “lean startup” model, and our coaching is action-oriented.
We offer three distinct programs designed to fit your company’s stage, which are detailed under the Business Incubator “Services” tab.
Business Incubator Benefits and Other Services
A shared office copier/scanner/printer/fax machine is available; use of the business address and mail delivery; access to internet; security; 24-7 access to your office or co-working space, free parking, discounted rates with the Miller Campus Conferencing facilities. Easy access to business partners and resources in the Miller Business Resource Center. You will have access to classes, workshops and mentoring. The Incubator is here to help all clients/tenants find success in their business ventures.
Co-working Space: $55 a month (month to month)
Dedicated Desk/Cubicle: $125 a month (month to month)
Private Office: $20 a square foot (one-year contract required then month to month after that)
*All tenants of the Business Incubator get:
- Free access to high speed internet, phone, and business address
- Free use of the copier and fax
- Use of the conference room and other training rooms (first come first served)
- Exclusive access to all services and programs at the MBRC
- Bi-weekly training and networking events (Lunch & Learn, Bagels & Businesses)
- Mentorship and advisory opportunities
Jackie Jolly is the Program Coordinator for the Business Incubator at Miller Campus. Whether it’s planning events centered around startups or existing small businesses, coordinating the contracts and moves of tenants, addressing IT issues or managing the conference rooms; Jackie’s 30 years of experience is what contributes to her ability to manage the day to day operations of the center and keep things running smoothly.
Ms. Jolly has worked in non-profit and corporate environments, and has owned and operated her own small business. Through this, she has gained extensive experience in HR including payroll and employee benefit administration, commercial real estate contracts and leases, event planning and conflict resolution.
Her no nonsense approach, attention to detail and excellent people skills makes her an asset to the Miller Business Innovation Center.
Jackie is certified in Conflict Resolution through the Utah Dispute Resolution (UDR) in Basic and Domestic Mediation and is a Certified Business Incubator Manager through the International Business Incubator Association, (InBIA).