Journeys Reaches Over 35,000 ReadersInnovation Park Launches Quarterly Publication: Journeys

Innovation Park at Penn State recently launched its quarterly publication, Journeys. This first publication was inserted into the PA Business Central, reaching over 35,000 readers in 22 counties.

Looking for a copy of the first edition of JourneysView an electronic copy, or stop by the Innovation Park office and see Brenda Cummins or Michelle Cook for a print copy.

Startup Creates App for Moms
Success requires more than just an idea. Passion also comes into the equation, and few passions are as emotionally charged as those that reduce toddler tantrums, time away from your family, and unnecessary expenses. That’s why former Raytheon employee, Lindsay Fairman, has found success through her startup, FairTech Labs, after she took a shot at entrepreneurship.

Thinking about grabbing lunch from the Food Truck? The menu is now online for your convenience on our Lunch Options page. Check out this page for the Food Truck menu and other lunch options at Brothers Pizza.

  1. People Running on PathMany companies that form the foundation of our local economy were started in Innovation Park—several still operate here, employing hundreds of people.
  2. Innovation Park has a 1.39 mile walking trail loop, along with several other trails, and is connected directly to downtown and Penn State’s campus by biking and walking paths.
  3. Companies in Innovation Park have access to top resources, talent, and technology for half the cost of Silicon Valley.
  4. Daybridge Child Development Center, a NAEYC accredited childcare center for kids ages 6 weeks through school age, is located right in Innovation Park for employees in need of high quality childcare.
  5. coolBlue Community programs at Innovation Park bring together employees for health and fitness, networking, and social events.