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Sterling Bay launches new health care, technology business incubator

by Manny Ramos (CS*T) - The Chicago-based real estate firm Sterling Bay launched a new business incubator that will provide resources and support for companies specializing in life science, health care and technology. The Prysm Institute aims to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in those fields by creating access to capital, events, mentoring, networking and programming for Chicago-based entrepreneurs. One of the programs being offered is called “Equity for Equity,” which aims at increasing private equity investments to women, Black, Latino, LGBTQ, veterans and people that own or operate start-ups in those fields.

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