(Binghamton, NY) Broome County Executive Patrick J. Brennan announced today that VirtuSphere, Inc. has graduated from the Broome County Innovation Center and is moving on to private lease space.
VirtuSphere first leased space in the Broome County Innovation Center in 2008 and has been developing its business since that time. Now, they have decided to lease commercial space elsewhere to support their growth.
County Executive Brennan said, “I am happy that Broome County was able to provide low overhead space to this fledgling businesses during its critical formative years. Today, we celebrate that VirtuSphere is moving on to the next phase of the company’s tenure. I wish the best of success to Ray and Nurulla as they continue to promote their product in this emerging market.”
VirtuSphere CEO Ray Latypov said, “I am thankful to Broome County for this opportunity and I am looking forward to much success as our business, which will remain here in Broome County, continues to grow.
To find out more about VirtuSphere, you may visit their web site www.virtusphere.com.
The Broome County Innovation Center, located at 123 Court Street is a business incubator operated by Broome County’s Department of Planning and Economic Development.