Entrepreneurs’ Center finds new growth and new home in 2020

The center moved to a new home in 2020, joined The Hub Powered by PNC

The center moved to a new home in 2020, joined The Hub Powered by PNC Bank at the Arcade and found itself supporting more than 1,000 customers — which for the center is a significant metric.

The Entrepreneurs’ Center’s old home, 714 E. Monument Street, Dayton. LYNN HULSEY/Staff

“What I mean by that is, we engaged with them through a meaningful engagement,” Koorndyk said in an interview. “It’s not like they just showed up at an event. Rather, we engaged with them from a counseling or coaching perspective, that was part of our ESP program.”

In late 2019, the center received nearly $11 million in funding from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission to lead the Dayton area’s Entrepreneurial Services Provider (ESP) presence, an Ohio Third Frontier program providing funding for promising technology-based startups.

That engagement with about 1,000 customers is about 40% higher than the center had experienced ever before.

An incredible fact, from Koorndyk’s perspective: Not a single one of the Dayton-area’s technology companies failed in the past year.

Scott Koorndyk, president of The Entrepreneurs Center

Scott Koorndyk, president of The Entrepreneurs Center

“Not only are we not seeing any slow down,” he said. “We’re seeing very significant acceleration.”

The center is a non-profit 501c3, formed in 1988, physically becoming an operation in 2000 on Monument Avenue.

The center has come a long way since then.

“We’re about 10 times larger than we were in 2016,” Koorndyk said. “We will finish ’21 with about 22 to 24 employees. We have about 21 on the books right now; we’ve got a number of (job openings) that we’re going to be filling.”

The center had as few as three employees as recently as 2015.

Said Koorndyk: “It has been an incredible four- or five-year run.”

“Not only are we not seeing any slow down. We’re seeing very significant acceleration of the progress that we as a region are making,” he added.

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Sources of revenue for the center include grant programs from the government, as well as professional services for businesses and organizations (like the Air Force Research Laboratory) trying to commercialize new or longstanding technologies.

A third way to win revenue: memberships, rent, other payments.

Today, the center has about 90 “high-tech” companies in its technology portfolio, all of which Koorndyk believes are capable of good things, as well as 800 clients in its non-technical portfolio, again a number that represents “massive growth.”

“Back in the day, back in 2014, 2015, regionally we didn’t have that kind of progress,” the president said.

The center’s startups in 2020 will generate something like $60 million in aggregate revenue.

It’s not likely that a Dayton start-up will create the next Facebook or Google, Koorndyk cautioned. What happens in Dayton tends to be more tangible.

“Dayton entrepreneurs typically engage in businesses, they build business with some kind of core technology,” he said. “It’s not necessarily a dot com.”

The virtual grand opening for The Hub Powered by PNC Bank, one of the Dayton Arcade’s anchor tenants, is set for Thursday afternoon.

The 95,000-square-foot innovation hub is a joint venture between the University of Dayton and the Entrepreneurs’ Center and includes shared and private office spaces, meeting rooms, conference areas, learning labs and classrooms and pop-up retail spaces.

KPD is trying to identify this truck and the suspects involved in a theft at the Kettering Assembly of God church on E....

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As an undergraduate, I could not have known that the study of the history of slavery in America would prepare me for leading (decades later and totally unpredictably) the development of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. I agreed to undertake this work because both history and my professional experiences had taught me the power that comes from people of different backgrounds and experiences working together.","_id":"2SLH5IV3I5F4VCKD4WYS3WEJME","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1614624417992,"type":"text","content":"Today, Wright State history majors are making important professional contributions in diverse fields, drawing attention to the transformative power of a liberal arts education at the institution and beyond. You can find them working at the FBI in counterintelligence and counterterrorism, helping to preserve the nation’s freedom; in law firms around the country, upholding the rule of law; at the Library of Congress, the research arm of Congress; as public historians, helping to preserve the nation’s history; and perhaps most important, in schools and museums, helping to educate our children and secure the nation’s future. Naturally, all this merely scratches the surface of what history majors contribute to the region, our nation and the world.","_id":"PF56VCBEEFCNFFR2LZDP5HX76E","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1614624417993,"type":"text","content":"“What is past is prologue,” a famous English playwright wrote several centuries ago. The quotation is engraved on the monument “Future,” located on the northeast corner of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC. Understanding the place of the history major in the university’s past, and the value of a liberal arts education in today’s global economy, may very well be the key to unlocking the institution’s future success.","_id":"D46MMCMFTNEK5BCGDZ7TKTT55I","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1614624417994,"type":"text","content":"John Pepper is the former CEO and chairman of P&G, former chairman of the Board of The Walt Disney Corp., and former CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center."],"display_date":"2021-03-01T19:13:38.024Z","headlines":"basic":"Opinion: America and the world need history majors","first_publish_date":"2021-03-01T19:13:39.552Z","taxonomy":{"sections":["path":"/what-to-know","parent":"default":"https://www.daytondailynews.com/","_website":"dayton","parent_id":"https://www.daytondailynews.com/","name":"What to 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