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Early stage technology and life sciences companies in New Jersey collaborative workspaces can receive a 2, 4, or 6 month rent grant.
Be registered to do business in New Jersey.
Provide a two-page executive summary of their business.
Are a technology or life sciences company (qualifying industries include: advanced computing, advanced materials, biotechnology, electronic device technology, information technology, food technology, life sciences, medical device technology, health care technology, logistics technology, mobile communications technology, agriculture technology, or renewable energy)
Are applying within three years of earliest date of formation
Have fewer than 10 employees (1099 or W2)
Have less than $1,000,000 in trailing 12-months gross sales from date of application submission
Have at least one full-time NJ employee that will be working in the facility (1099, W2, and common law employees are eligible)
Have not previously utilized another collaborative workspace in NJ (use of out-of-state collaborative workspaces does not disqualify the tenant)
Commit to working at the facility beyond the grant term for 1x the length of the total grant. (For example, if the grant covers 2 months of rent from EDA and 1 month of rent from the collaborative workspace, the company must commit to an additional 3-months beyond the term of the grant.)