“We of course want to sustain what we have but of course we want to grow,” Barlow said. “At the end of the day, this is about economic growth.”
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The center has a $200,000 budget, said Sean Creighton, SOCHE president. Barlow brings around 120 companies she has worked with to SOCHE, Creighton said.
Creighton said SOCHE will make sure the center is able to “continually work closely” with the organizations Barlow worked with while the center was stationed at WSU.
“It seemed like a good move to move it out from under Wright State’s umbrella,” Creighton said. “We’re really excited about that opportunity. It fits well with SOCHE and with higher ed’s overall mission.”