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Headshot of Doug Dresslaer, a white man smiling in a plaid button-down shirt, against a teal background with text EIR Spotlight and quote, "Pivoting after learning from customers is an important growth lesson". Rev Ithaca Startup Works logo in the bottom right corner.

Q&A with Entrepreneur in Residence Doug Dresslaer

One of the most valuable resources that Rev: Ithaca Startup Works’ member companies have access to is guidance from a diverse set of Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs) who are eager to share their expertise with founders. Among Rev’s newest EIRs...

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Q&A with Entrepreneur in Residence Illa Burbank

Rev: Ithaca Startup Works member companies have access to a variety of resources to help develop and scale their businesses. Among the most valuable is the skilled team of Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs), including recent addition Illa Burbank, who use...

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Stephanie Wisner, Rev: Ithaca Startup Works' Entrepreneur in Residence

Stephanie Wisner Joins Rev as Entrepreneur in Residence 

Rev: Ithaca Startup Works is excited to welcome Stephanie A. Wisner ’16 to its team of Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIR). Wisner is the co-founder and Chief Business Officer at Centivax, a biotech startup that focuses on broad-spectrum solutions to infectious...

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Caitlin Parrucci, Rev: Ithaca Startup Works Entrepreneur in Residence

Q&A with Entrepreneur in Residence Caitlin Parrucci

Rev: Ithaca Startup Works member companies receive invaluable mentorship and important insight from the incubator’s Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs). Caitlin Parrucci, one of Rev’s newest EIRs, harnesses her background in mechanical engineering and manufacturing to help teams reach their goals.   A...

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Li Jiang is introduced as one of Rev's newest Entrepreneurs in Residence.

Q&A with Entrepreneur in Residence Li Jiang

Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs) offer invaluable mentorship and business insight for Rev: Ithaca Startup Works member companies. One of our newest EIRs, Li Jiang, combines his expertise as a biotech entrepreneur and firsthand insight into the customer discovery and product-market...

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Strategies for Funding Your Startup

Both aspiring and established entrepreneurs can struggle to locate and acquire funding for their businesses. Sorting through the variety of funding options can be overwhelming, so recent Rev Content Session, “Strategies for Funding Your Startup,” aimed to tackle this topic. The...

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Headshots of Ed Bizari, Amy Cheney, Aaron Proujansky, and Beth Xie.

Rev Welcomes New Entrepreneurs in Residence

This spring, Rev welcomed Ed Bizari, Amy Cheney, Aaron Proujansky, and Beth Xie as the newest Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIR) to support the region’s growing startup community. In these roles, the EIRs will provide mentorship to local entrepreneurs and offer...

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Tips for Strategically Growing a Team

As startups and small businesses gain customers and expand into new customer markets, founders need to consider how to strategically grow their teams in order to keep pace. In a recent panel discussion “Growing a Team,” hosted in partnership with...

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New Entrepreneur in Residence: Gregory Ray

Gregory Ray is the most recent Entrepreneur in Residence to join Rev: Ithaca Startup Works. In addition to advising startups at Rev, Ray is also an instructor at the SC Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and a...

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