How a new strategy filled Lake Nona business incubator with health tech companies

The University of Central Florida’s Lake Nona Business Incubator specializes in life sciences, but three years ago it didn’t look like a health care hub. 

The incubator, which provides mentorship, coaching and facilities to early-stage companies, grabbed any clients that were interested when it opened in 2018, said Carol Ann Dykes Logue, director of programs and operations for the University of Central Florida’s innovation districts and business incubators. However, UCF’s Business Incubation…