More tech co-working space on the way — and here’s why that’s important


Two new incubators and co-working spaces that will focus on helping early stage tech companies are coming to Central Florida — and that’s good news for the region’s startups that are looking to attract investors.

That’s because the key to increasing the level of investment activity is to also grow the level of investment in the community’s startup infrastructure that helps companies hone their services and products, said Jenna Buehler, CEO and co-founder of incubator and co-working space Groundswell. More incubators and co-working spaces for early stage companies allow entrepreneurs to collaborate and grow, Buehler added.