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2.2 DEFINE SERVICES AND IDENTIFY TARGET MARKET (WBSE 2.0) FEB 1, 2008 - JUNE 30, 2008
NSTI staff will meet with external and internal service providers, stakeholders, and industry
experts to identify, target, and recruit businesses for participation in the NSTI program. The team
also will develop a portfolio of services for clients. One of the outcomes of this task will be a cross-
referenced database of potential clients indexed to proposed services.
2.3 RECRUIT CLIENTS (WBSE 3.0) APR 1, 2008 - Nov 28, 2008
NSTI staff will develop and implement a multi-media outreach plan to the identified target
businesses through various advertising and marketing venues including trade publications,
conferences, and professional events. Staff also will continue to develop and refine standard
operating procedures for participation in the NSTI program including forms and templates. This
will assist in establishing a standard process for establishing milestones for clients and delivering
requested business assistance services.
2.4 SELECT CLIENTS (WBSE 4.0) MAY 1, 2008 - SEPT 30, 2011
NSTI staff will finalize the application and admission process for successful applicants into the
NSTI program. Once admitted, clients will enter into an agreement with the Arrowhead Center and
receive a set of guidelines including code of conduct and tenancy requirements for incubation and
2.5 BEGIN INCUBATION PROGRAM (WBSE 5.0) JUNE 2, 2008 -JUNE 30, 2011
The first clients will begin the four-phase incubation program from orientation through
graduation. The four phases (orientation, incubation, maturation, and graduation) will guide
participant businesses through their various stages of development from inception, planning and
development, successful operation, and delivery of products and services. Selected clients will be
able to participate on an affiliate or resident basis according to their needs and stage of
2.6 SECURE PHYSICAL INCUBATOR SPACE (WBSE 6.0) FEB 29, 2008 - APR 30, 2009
NSTI staff and development partners will plan the configuration, scale, and capacity of the
incubator physical plant. An ongoing process of design and refinement will continue through
completion to meet specific client needs. Incubator staff will research and plan for necessary
infrastructure within the incubator with planned capacity for telecommunications and shared space
needs. Temporary space will be required to meet incubation needs before a permanent incubator
facility is available for NSTI.
2.7 DEVELOP INCUBATOR INFRASTRUCTURE (WBSE 7.0) APR 1, 2008 - Nov 25, 2008
NSTI staff will design and develop facility services, such as telecommunication, mail, and central
business support services.
2.8 DEVELOP SUSTAINMENT PLAN (WBSE 8.0) DEC 4, 2008 - DEC 24, 2008
Incubator staff will develop a sustainment plan, identifying sources of revenue to include rent,
fees, state, and federal funds.
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