In addition to providing a product or service with high market demand, the success of many companies – especially those in the start-up space – is often determined by the depth of their connections. VizVibe, a tech company specializing in interactive digital content creation and storytelling using augmented reality (AR), found the perfect place to make new connections and build partnerships at the CAN BE Innovation Center.
Although the company just moved its corporate offices and home base operations into CAN BE in June, VizVibe co-founder Kevin Jones said his team was already making valuable connections by attending community events and has had numerous meetings with potential clients and partners.
“We were looking for a place to scale that had a good community culture and a positive vibe, pun intended. We had been hearing a lot about what Hazleton had been doing in the downtown as well as the great partnerships the CAN BE team was building,” he said.
Jones said his team knew CAN BE would be a valuable place to relocate VizVibe's operations after their first tour of the innovation center and added that working with CAN DO Director of Economic Development, Jocelyn Sterenchock, to secure the space at CAN BE was a seamless process.