The MicaPlex, the cornerstone building of the Research Park at Embry-Riddle in Daytona Beach, Florida presents a unique collaborative opportunity for business and the university community to develop, refine and bring new products and technological services to market.
Everyone can stay updated on the construction of the MicaPlex (John Mica Engineering and Aerospace Innovation Complex) adjacent to the Daytona Beach Campus in the university’s Research Park, thanks to a camera automatically taking a photo of the work site every 10 minutes.
Start-up companies have a tremendous advantage when there is a network of support to shepherd them through the stages of product/service development toward market readiness. As an incubator space, the facilities and occupants of the MicaPlex will provide such a network which extends to the University, not only at the Daytona Beach Campus, but to resources on the Prescott, Arizona, campus and the extensive network that is the Worldwide Campus.
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HyCarb Inc., a Florida-based, woman-owned small business developing the next generation of energy harvesting and storage devices, has signed on as a Tenant Partner at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Research Park. Read More.
Orlando-Based FireSpring Fund Names Five Volusia County Technology Startups To Receive Total of $125,000 Seed Money. Read More.
DuvaSawko is a highly successful business solutions company in the healthcare industry with a philosophy that tailors methodologies to the client’s needs to support startups and entrepreneurial endeavors.
As the leading promoter of motor-sports entertainment, International Speedway Corporation (ISC) is committed to supporting growth and entrepreneurial success in the tech sector of Central Florida.
Wellspring Worldwide is a leader in software solutions for tech scouting, corporate venturing, licensing and IP property and staunch supporter of early-stage technologies.
Firespring Fund is a non-profit organization providing seed-stage capital, educational programming, mentorship and other learning opportunities to high-growth potential, early-stage technology startups.
Volusia County’s largest law firm, established in 1925, Cobb Cole is focused in civil law with experience in the technology transfer realm.
A full-service firm providing accounting, auditing, tax and business consulting services to a diverse client base, James Moore & Company was named among the “Top 25 Accounting Firms in Florida.”
Vann Data has been providing network, security and information technology solutions to Central Florida businesses since 1978.
venVelo is an active venture fund named 2015 “Tech Investor of the Year.” Investing in early-stage, pre-revenue or early revenue companies that can benefit from its mentorship and commitment.