Global Business Incubation (GBI)

Global Business Incubation (GBI) is a non-profit research development organization “think and do tank” that catalyzes the business development process of launching an idea, a business and a community through growing cooperative business incubator cluster models that grow companies and an IC2 Global Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.. GBI’s innovative model business incubator received the Official White House Millennium Council Award in recognition of GBI as a model of the White House designed program.

Honor the Past—Imagine the Future for Modeling hope, imagination and courage in incubating businesses that created hundreds of new jobs in downtown Los Angeles.. Also, during that time Dr. George Kozmetsky world renown technology entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Teledyne and first Chairman of the Board Dell Computers, served as GBI’s Advisory Board Chairman.. GBI was founded in 1991 on the campus of Loyola Marymount University (LMU) at the College of Business Administration.. GBI continues to partner with LMU to host conferences, workshops, symposiums on business incubation, wealth creation, technology start-up camps and the future of manufacturing and technology.