TIQC Membership Includes


Work Space

TIQC offers a flexible and affordable workspace solution for your business. Membership includes mail-collection services, a conference and classroom allowance and member-only events.

Support

We have a reliable computing and networking infrastructure that will give you a competitive advantage and help you grow your business, while ensuring your day-to-day operations run smoothly. 

Events

Members and non-members are welcome to use our spaces for a variety of events, panel discussions, networking mixers, classroom style presentations and conference meetings.

College Campus

Enjoy the benefits of a secure college campus, with a large network of professors and prospective student interns.

TIQC is labeled as C2 on the campus map and is open 24/7.

Membership Plans

Hot Desk

24/7 key card access to a shared co-working space

Find an available desk and settle in! 

Access to Queens College expert faculty and industry leaders as well as student interns. Monthly Hot Desk Membership includes additional perks.

Dedicated Desk

24/7 key card access to a desk of your own in a shared space

Access to Queens College expert faculty and industry leaders as well as student interns, mail-collection services, and a conference and classroom allowance.

Private Office

24/7 key card access to your own private office

Access to Queens College expert faculty and industry leaders as well as student interns, mail-collection services, and a conference and classroom allowance.

Team Space

24/7 key card access to your own private team office

Accommodations available for teams of 4-12 people.

Access to Queens College expert faculty, industry leaders, as well as to student interns, mail-collection services, and a conference and classroom allowance.

see all plans & pricing

Special Thanks to
Councilman James Vacca

For His Continued Support of The
Tech Incubator at Queens College

Distinguished Advisors

Outstanding individuals who are active contributors and advisors to the TIQC network.

Russell M. Artzt is vice chairman and founder at CA Technologies.
With more than 30 years of IT industry experience as a technology leader, consultant, and executive, Russ also provides counsel in the areas of strategic partnerships, product development leadership, community and public affairs, and corporate strategy.

Russell Artzt

Douglas Rushkoff is most frequently regarded as a media theorist and is known for coining terms and concepts including viral media (or media virus), digital native, and social currency. He has written ten books on media, technology and culture. He is best known for his association with the early cyberpunk culture, and his advocacy of open source solutions to social problems.

Douglas Rushkoff

Strategic advisor to senior teams for global firms including Citibank, Bank of NY Mellon, Pepsi International and American Express/First Data, addressing strategic market opportunities and challenges. College teacher in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Business and Economics at CUNY SPS, SUNY Stony Brook, Molloy College and Seton Hall. Deliver college, graduate and executive programs on entrepreneurship, career strategies, managerial economics, and macro-economics, through live classes and online programs. Career coach for veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan through John Jay College, NY and community-based programs.

Peter Patch

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