ORLANDO, FL – November 9, 2021
Cat 5 Studios is pleased to announce it has joined Cenfluence—championed by Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and led by the Florida High Tech Corridor Council—to spur regional industry diversification and innovation. Cat 5 Studios will collaborate with other key players in the Game, Entertainment, and eSports Cluster(s) and the Cluster Team to attract tangible business opportunities.
Isabella Johnston, CEO & Founder shared “Cenfluence brings expanded resources and support to businesses in the region and Cat 5 Studios and is excited to work within our Cluster and the other Cluster Teams to continue our growth trajectory.”
Cenfluence takes the approach of understanding and leveraging existing regional strengths. Through partnerships with academia, industry, nonprofits and local government, the effort builds additional support and capacity, allowing economic growth and expansion.
“We are thrilled to work with Cat 5 Studios as a Game Cluster Member in this initiative and our Cluster Team will provide direct support services and collaboration opportunities across the region,” said Paul Sohl, CEO of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council.
ABOUT CAT 5 STUDIOS
Cat 5 Studios produces video and games (serious and entertainment) for the defense, government, healthcare, construction, and education industries. Isabella Johnston is the CEO, Founder of the company which launched in 2019. Our team is made up of seasoned game industry professionals from the military, Epic Games, Leidos, and top tier game schools. We are a scruffy game studio out to make a big name in the industry. We are a diverse team from all over the world and work almost completely remotely. Learn more by visiting https://cat5studios.com .
Contact: Isabella Johnston, info@cat5studios 877-371-3639.
ABOUT CENFLUENCE - https://floridahightech.com/key-clusters/
Cenfluence is a first of its kind strategic effort funded by Orange County and a critical component of the County’s broader economic stimulus strategy. The innovative initiative will help companies leverage local resources, create jobs, strengthen the workforce and build regional capacity in key industries. The cluster initiative is led by the Florida High Tech Corridor, a high-tech economic development initiative of the University of Florida, University of Central Florida and the University of South Florida in 23-counties.
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