Andrew H. Roiter | Albany Business Review
Oncolinx, a Boston startup working with the National Cancer Institute, was awarded the top prize at New York State’s $5 million startup competition last night.
Appearing in Buffalo, Gov. Andrew Cuomoannounced that the company, which develops cancer therapies, will receive $1 million in prize money from the 43North competition.
The runner-up, a human resources startup for retail and hourly employers called HigherMe, received $600,000. For the six other winners — who each received $500,000 — see the end of this article.
In addition to the prize money, winners received a year of free incubator space in Buffalo, access to mentors and to the Start-Up NY business incentive program.
43North is funded and supported by the New York Power Authority, Empire State Development and various private entities including National Grid.