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News Clips 01/31/2013
3 companies move to Daytona Beach UCF Incubator
Source: Orlando Business Journal, 01/30/13
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By Bill Orben
Abraham Rosa Seasonings, AquaSolve LLC and the First Response Disaster Team have opened at the University of Central Florida Business Incubator at the Daytona Beach International Airport.
There are now 13 companies located at the Daytona Beach site, one of nine locations providing help to start-up companies.
Abraham Rosa, owned by Ana Rosa Randolph, makes and markets Adobo Abraham online.
AquaSolve, founded by Embry Riddle Aeronautical University engineering graduate Yung Wong, is creating residential, commercial and municipal water treatment systems.
First Response Disaster Team, owned by Anne-Marie and Ken Poulin, extracts water, removes mold and restores damage from smoke in buildings.
The Daytona Beach incubator is a partnership between UCF, Volusia County and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council.