What is a Business Incubator? – Interview with Carol Ann Dykes Logue

What is a Business Incubator? – Interview with Carol Ann Dykes Logue

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About Carol Ann Dykes Logue:



Carol Ann’s professional experience is primarily in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship. She has worked extensively with universities, federal laboratories, entrepreneurs and small-mid sized technology companies. Her focus has been primarily on the business aspects…market analysis, commercialization strategies, business planning, capital acquisition, strategic partnerships. Since 2002 she has been a site manager for the UCF Business Incubator in the Central Florida Research Park. It is one of eight incubator sites that are part of the UCF Incubation Program. The UCF Business Incubation Program is part of the Office of Research & Commercialization. As Site Manager, she works daily with 45-50 clients who are all early stage technology companies that have been accepted into the Incubation Program to receive comprehensive help starting and growing their businesses. The incubation program provides them office & lab space as well as coaching, lots of connections, and visibility….basically anything they can possibly provide them to help them grow quickly, be successful and becoming a thriving company in the community creating high value jobs. Specialties: technology commercialization, partnership development, information research & analysis, business coaching, business development, entrepreneurship.

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About the author:

Josh Wilson

Josh Wilson is a serial entrepreneur and the host of the Orlando Entrepreneurs Podcast. On this show we interview and highlight Orlando’s favorite startups, business leaders, investors, and those who support and lift up the entrepreneurial community. If you would like to be a guest on the show or would like to have a conversation about the show please contact him: Josh@OrlandoEntrepreneurs.org


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