When changes in funding disrupted the employment programs of the ARC in Kingston, they approached GTG to bring businesses into their facilities with jobs suited to employing the ARC’s clients.
In the city of Newburgh, NY, jobs were created in fashion manufacturing.
Black dirt farmers in Orange County, NY, saw hemp as a potential new crop. An Accelerator Program was developed to bring processing and testing of CBD/THC to a former prison ground in Warwick, New York.
Co-located by a medical college in Middletown, NY this Accelerator was designed to create white-collar jobs near the city's downtown area.
The Orange County IDA felt it needed to support not just companies moving into the county, but also those already located in the county. Manufacturing companies in the county access free technical and business consulting.