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Start-Up NY Makes Its Way Onto SUNY Cortland Campus

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From SUNY Cortland Officials:

A group of young entrepreneurs are hard at work on the SUNY Cortland campus.

CladNetwork is the first company to partner with SUNY Cortland through the Start-Up NY program, an initiative created by Governor Andrew Cuomo to help spark the state economy.

The company is already giving back to the College community, offering hands-on learning experiences to student interns interested in economics, marketing, design and coding, among many other fields.

Founded by a trio of Cornell University graduates — CladNetwork operates out of SUNY Cortland’s McDonald Building at 60 Tompkins St.

The company provides PaperView digital displays that use e-paper technology, the same used in e-book readers such as the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook.

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