The Florida Innovation Hub offers a collaborative environment to foster entrepreneurship and innovation through several distinctly different programs for client companies. Companies can select the offering best suited to them.
Incubator Tenants are startup companies that have a physical presence in the building in order to take full advantage of the facilities and maximize the collaborations with those who can help nurture their company to achieve the milestones needed to thrive.
In The Hatchery, aspiring entrepreneurs fine-tune concepts for technology-based businesses and turn these ideas into startup companies. Hatchery members work in a collaborative environment where they have access to seminars, networking opportunities, and an experienced entrepreneur who serves as a Mentor in Residence.
Affiliate Members are early-stage companies that are not located in the facility but do have limited access to the conference rooms and shared equipment. Affiliate Members participate in many of the training programs, workshops and networking events regularly offered at Innovation Hub. In addition, they are also eligible to receive pro bono assistance from the Innovation Partners.
Resident Partners are the small number of companies that offer valuable services to the incubator tenants and affiliate members. Resident Partners have offices in the Innovation Hub.
Innovation Partners are service providers who do not have offices in Innovation Hub but have agreed to provide a minimum of 50 hours of pro bono work per year to Incubator Tenants and Affiliate Members. Partner services and contact information will be made available to all client companies. A designated space will be made available for meetings.
Incubator Graduates are companies that started as tenants and have since moved out of the facility, but still wish to have limited access to some of the facilities and educational and networking events.