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This spring, NBIA will release a revised version of one of its perennial best-sellers. Read on for some excerpts from Best Practices in Action: Guidelines for Implementing First-Class Business Incubation Programs, 2nd Ed., to learn how several incubation programs around the world are implementing innovative industry practices.

Best Practices in Action: Excerpts from the all-new updated, revised and expanded edition

April/May 2010

In May, NBIA Publications will release Best Practices in Action: Guidelines for Implementing First-Class Business Incubation Programs, 2nd Ed., by Corinne Colbert, Dinah Adkins, Chuck Wolfe and Karl LaPan. The book is the culmination of a three-year effort to examine industry best practices and find examples of how incubators are putting them to work.

The book will be available through NBIA’s Bookstore soon, as well as at NBIA’s International Conference on Business Incubation in Orlando, Fla., in May. For now, though, here’s a look at some of the practices and examples you’ll find in the book’s pages.

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