Featuring a theatre-style meeting room that accommodates up to 75 people and a 35-person training room, this spacious, relatively new center also boasts a dramatic two-story lobby with granite floors. And it's located just minutes from downtown Orlando. Tourism is, of course, a vital part of the city's economy. Yet, although world renowned for its theme parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World, Orlando also has a wide range of innovative industries including digital media, film, agricultural technology, golf, retail, aviation and aerospace. It also has a thriving convention industry and is home to the Orange County Convention Center which is the second largest complex in terms of space in the US. Lockheed-Martin has a large missile systems manufacturing facility and many other engineering firms have offices or labs in Orlando. The city is also commutable for the Patrick Air Force Base, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center.