Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship welcomes new Associates


Cognitive Options Group and Gramercy Habilitation open offices in Greensboro incubator

Greensboro - The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship today announced the addition of two new companies into its program. Cognitive Options Group, LLC owned by Penny Paplanus, and Gramercy Habilitation. owned by Lamonte Dunlap, will be establishing residence in the business incubator in April of this year.

Cognitive Options Group, LLC is a financial and operational consulting firm providing management consulting and operations advisory services to the banking and real estate finance industries. The company provides expertise in the areas of loan review, valuation services, compliance, training, operations, and dispute resolution.

Gramercy Habilitation is a special needs , adult care agency that strives to anticipate and respond to the life-long needs of its clients by providing excellent residential facility care.

“We are proud to welcome these companies to the Nussbaum Center. We look forward to working with them as they grow their businesses,” said Clay Howard, Associate Development and Facilities Manager at the Center.

About the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship:

The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. is a private non-profit corporation whose mission is to enhance economic development in Greensboro and the surrounding area through creating successful business owners.

The incubator is designed to support non-retail, new or emerging businesses. The Center provides shared support services such as business counseling, receptionist, copier, fax, mail boxes, and word processing along with office and light manufacturing space.