Plug and Play, a global innovation platform, is opening of its new office in Orlando, Florida, dedicated to advancing smart cities.
This strategic move reflects Plug and Play’s commitment to fostering innovation and supporting startups in the rapidly growing field of smart city technologies. The Orlando office will serve as a hub for one of Plug and Play’s three-month startup accelerator programs, scheduled to commence in early 2024.
The new office will collaborate with key partners, including the Orange County Government, Duke Energy, the University of Central Florida (UCF), and Tavistock. This collaboration aims to leverage the ecosystem of expertise and resources in the region, driving the development of innovative solutions for smart cities.
Commenting on the new new office opening, Saeed Amidi, Founder and CEO of Plug and Play, said: “We are excited to launch our new Orlando office and join hands with renowned partners such as the University of Central Florida, Orange County Government, Duke Energy, and Tavistock. Together, we aim to foster an environment that supports startups in developing cutting-edge technologies. Orlando has shown incredible potential, and with our startup accelerator programs, we are excited to drive innovation and shape the future of smart cities in the region.“
To learn more about Plug and Play’s new Orlando office, please visit pnptc.com/orlando.