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  Why invest in Orlando and Central Florida?

Orlando and Central Florida’s world-renowned entertainment industry has resulted in a worldwide brand associated with imagination, storytelling and customer service. Behind the scenes, a $13.4 billion technology industry has grown up alongside the palm trees and theme parks. Orlando offers opportunity for growth, while achieving costs savings for businesses and employees.

• Diverse Economy
o High-tech
o Space and aviation - NASA
o Gaming and simulation
o Medical and bio-tech
• Young, healthy workforce
• Many international businesses and investors.
• Technology hub, home of the simulation and gaming industry
• Numerous entrepreneurs • International leader in digital connectivity
• Young, diverse, highly educated workforce
• Home of the second largest convention center in the US
• 20th largest international airport in the world (MCO)
• 55 million visitors annually
• Home of the second largest university campus in the U.S., University of Central Florida, with almost 60,000 students
• Diverse office and industrial markets
• World-class entertainment and resorts
• Fast growing economy
• Year-round sunshine and moderate climate
• A healthy population
• A pollution-free city
• Rapidly expanding biomedical industry, with over 150 different biotech and life sciences companies

Last but certainly not least, Orlando is the tourism capital of the world with the following attractions along with many others:

Walt Disney World Resort
The Walt Disney World Resort is the world's most visited and largest recreational resort areas next Orlando, Florida, USA and encompasses four major theme parks and two water parks. Disney World has been a cornerstone of Orlando since 1971 with the Magic Kingdom theme park. The Walt Disney World resort covers 47 square miles of the Orlando area. Orlando's Disney World is different from Disneyland in California as it is much larger and is a collection of four different parks. The 4 major theme parks are Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. There are also 2 water parks, Disney's Blizzard Beach and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon. Also, Downtown Disney is a night time entertainment complex offering shops, restaurants and clubs.

Walt Disney created "Disney World" in order to have a vacation resort that was much different from Disneyland's one-day visit; this includes a much wider variety of sports, recreation, uniquely-themed resort hotels and entertainment.

Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Studios also has four theme parks in Orlando. For family entertainment, Universal Studios theme parks are divided into three major areas: Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios and their newest and most attraction, The Wizarding Word of Harry Potter. Universal Islands of Adventure is unique from Disney World in that it caters to both adult and young adult age groups with exhilarating thrill rides and also catering to children with favorite children's story character rides and exhibits. Also in the Universal Studios parks are sets of some of the great Hollywood films through which you can walk and explore: sets like a New York street scene, the Guggenheim Museum, Jurassic Park, the village from the motion picture Jaws and several thrill rides from major motion pictures.

Next to the theme park is the Universal City Walk. The City Walk area is an exciting environment with multiple ethnic restaurants and clubs where one can experience Latin music and cuisine, Caribbean Reggae, 50's Rock and Roll and wild New Age music. City Walk is extremely popular with the young adult and adult tourists and locals.

SeaWorld features great rides along with lots of entertaining shows, exhibits, and things to do. If you've never been, you could easily spend two days exploring the park. During peak season, the park often presents nighttime Shamu shows and an evening show over its lagoon that includes fireworks. The park offers plenty of extra opportunities, some of which allow guests to get closer to the animals. Check with Sea World for info, reservation details, and prices for activities such as behind-the-scenes tours, VIP tours, and animal interaction programs. There are plenty of dining choices, and like the other Busch-owned parks. Sea World's waiter-service restaurant, Sharks Underwater Grill, features dinner and a show provided by the sharks swimming in the tank along the see-through walls.

Sea World also offers special dining experiences such as a nightly luau and a dine with Shamu experience. SeaWorld is both a marine life park, with compelling entertainment shows and exhibits, and has wild roller coasters and other attractions. Some of the other attractions are: Penguin Encounter which offers views of the Arctic creatures and at Stingray Lagoon and Dolphin Cove, guests can view, pet, and feed the animals.