Innovate New Albany Supports Student Entrepreneurship Initiative
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Innovate New Albany, the city’s incubator for technology startups, entrepreneurs and small businesses, is working with student entrepreneurs at the New Albany Plain Local High School to educate more students about entrepreneurship. 

Neil Collins, a brand and marketing consultant who serves as director of the incubator, is leading several sessions of the SIO Institute. The institute, launched by student entrepreneurs, offers training and guest speakers who will share their expertise.

The students behind the effort, Keith Moody, CEO and founder, and Nishant Chittari, COO and co-founder, launched SIO Technologies to design and prototype state-of-the-art mobile devices that incorporate telecommunications and processing methods. The company is housed in the incubator.