Located in the heart of the downtown business district at 40 Franklin Street (the historic Rochester Savings Bank), the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship (CUE) will help reshape the regional economy and build wealth within the urban community by being the hub for urban entrepreneurial programs and research.
I love being able to grow by business through utilizing the workspace and meeting space at the CUE. It gives the ability to have privacy and a little bit of community by others with an entrepreneurial spirit.
Local entrepreneur Brad Flower envisions his start-up company as the linchpin of an ecosystem offering musicians the space and time to create, explore, and collaborate. His victory as the winner of RIT’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship ROC the Pitch competition on Aug. 24 moves him one step closer to his goals.
Tickets are available for ROC the Pitch, an annual entrepreneurship competition hosted by RIT’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship. The competition, featuring six local start-ups who will pitch their business plans to guests and a panel of judges, will be held from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 24 at Hyatt Regency Rochester.