Tech Businesses Join Innovate New Albany

Two new startups co-founded by New Albany residents, DAtAnchor and Wright Stuff Aircraft Dispatcher School, now call Innovate New Albany their home office. DAtAnchor, founded by New Albany resident Emre Koksal, PhD, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at The Ohio State University, uses its novel crypto-technology to allow companies to fully control and protect their data no matter where it is accessed and processed. 

Wright Stuff Aircraft Dispatcher School, co-founded by OSU lecturer, Adam Beckman.  prepares students to pass the FAA Flight Dispatcher Licensing Exam. It was the first in the country approved by the FAA to provide instructional textbooks in digital form for its online education program. Innovate New Albany, the city’s business incubator, offers suites, offices and virtual offices as well as a range of services to entrepreneurs and small businesses seeking to power growth.