ROCHESTER, NY (WROC-TV) – On the sixth floor of the Sibley Building in downtown Rochester, is a place where entrepreneurs and those with ideas can come and start a company. 

Jim Senall, President of NextCorps says, “Already, we’re supporting more than 60 different startups, that range from people doing software apps to medical type devices.”

And one of those up and coming businesses on the medical front is K-Neesio. Michael Emmerling was able to get revolutionary his “Nu-Nee” up and running thanks to the business incubator. An avid runner, Emmerling made the device to help with his chronic knee pain and in the process, is now marketing a product.

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