Xconomy's latest "Guide to Venture Incubators" tallied 64 venture incubators in the United States. That 2011 count is triple the number that existed in 2009. The new trend caused Xconomy's Wade Roush to wonder if this incremental growth indicates a bubble.
Wade thinks so, which isn't unreasonable. And I'm sure this list is expanding even as I write this blog. In Ohio, for instance, The Ohio State University's Fisher College Center for Entrepreneurship announced 10-xelerator, a mentorship-driven investment program designed for high-tech entrepreneurs a few months ago.
To read the full, original article click on this link: John Dearborn: Are Startup Incubators Inflating a Tech Bubble?