- Enterprise Development Corporation of South Florida (Boca Raton)
Enterprise Development Corporation of South Florida (EDC) is a 501 c(3), non-profit organization dedicated providing entrepreneurial support services to high growth potential companies throughout South Florida. Founded in 1994, EDC assists over 300 companies annually and has achieved an overall economic impact is in excess of $500 million. Through our key initiatives and vast resource networks, EDC provides companies the tools they need in order to grow and succeed.
- Innovation Hub at UF (Gainesville)
The Innovation Hub was created to serve as catalyst for startup companies whose technologies emanated from laboratories at the University of Florida and throughout the state. Their mission is to provide them with the infrastructure, logistics and resources needed to get up and running effectively and efficiently. In doing so, the Innovation Hub hopes to help those companies and others bring research discoveries to the marketplace, creating additional jobs for Floridians.
- National Entrepreneur Center (Orlando)
The National Entrepreneur Center was founded in 2003 through the collaboration of the University of Central Florida, The US Small Business Administration, Orange County Government and The Walt Disney World Company to stimulate economic development in Central Florida. By creating a single location that houses a variety of business assistance organizations, the National Entrepreneur Center provides easy access to industry connections, business counseling and relevant business training. This has accelerated the development and growth of small businesses in Central Florida and beyond.
- Seminole Technology Business Incubation Center (Sanford)
The Seminole Technology Business Incubation Center (STBIC)is a joint venture of Seminole County, Seminole County Port Authority and Seminole Community College. This joint venture is supported by grants from the National Aeronautical and Space Administration and the Technological Research and Development Authority. Our Goal is to provide a nurturing environment for technology based companies in the early stages of development.
- UF Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator (Alachua)
The University of Florida’s Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator houses the most experienced and fully equipped bioscience business incubation program in the U.S. They provide specialized facilities including labs, vivariums, greenhouses, shared scientific equipment, and business support to startup companies. Their clients have attracted $1 billion in funding and the program has won three (3) first place international awards.
- Tampa Bay Innovation Center (Largo)
The Tampa Bay Innovation Center creates successful entrepreneurs, fosters the creation of high-tech jobs, and develops new sources of technology and manufacturing capabilities by nurturing early stage ventures as they grow and launch their products into the marketplace. Our programs are tailored to the innovator/entrepreneur and address business intelligence, planning and business formation, strategy execution, and technology transition.
- Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (Tampa)
The Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (TBTI) is one vehicle through which USF CONNECT grows successful companies. TBTI supports technology research as a catalyst for economic development and advocates the creation and development of facilities for high-technology companies and related support functions.
- University of Central Florida Business Incubator Program (Central Florida Locations)
The UCF Business Incubation Program is a university-driven, community partnership between the University of Central Florida, the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia Counties, and the cities of Apopka, Kissimmee, Orlando and Winter Springs. The UCF Business Incubation Program is an economic development partnership designed to help create & sustain jobs in the community and spur economic growth throughout the region. We help early-stage businesses develop into financially stable companies by providing the tools, training, and infrastructure that help facilitate smarter, faster startup growth.
- Young-Rainey STAR Center (Largo)
The Young - Rainey STAR Center, Science Technology and Research, encompasses 2,622,327 square feet of manufacturing and office space, strategically located on the western anchor of Florida's High-Tech Corridor. Forty plus leading companies with a combined workforce of more than 1,500 employees interact synergistically in areas that include research and development, laboratory services, advanced manufacturing, technology and professional services.