Two years ago, Cambridge Innovation Center announced it would be expanding to Miami, taking most of the space in the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park, which is now called Converge Miami. And at that time it made a bold prediction: that it would quickly become a hub for entrepreneurship in Miami.
The FIU | Miami Urban Future Initiative released a new report “Miami’s New Urban Crisis” by Richard Florida, author of The New Urban Crisis and Visiting FIU Fellow and Steven Pedigo, Research Director.
Technology hiring in Miami is expected to start strong in 2018, according to the Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report.
Two weeks after Miami-Dade County commemorated the 25-year anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, the largest natural disaster in U.S. history up to that point, Hurricane Irma threatened Florida, including our community.
South Florida’s bid for Amazon HQ2 has a lot to offer: Zero state-income tax. More than 2,000 daily flights at airports. A multilingual population that could rival Europe’s most diverse nations.
It started promptly at 9 am in the new Conference Center at Zoo Miami. Skipped breakfast, grabbing a cup of coffee then off to work.
The cruising industry is at the cusp of a technological revolution that, for the most part, spells good news for consumers.
Accounting and advisory firm BDO USA has signed a lease in Miami Tower, where it will expand its local operations under new leadership.
Guy Laliberté, the Canadian businessman who founded Cirque du Soleil in 1984 and sold it 30 years later for $1.5 billion, has become a creative and capital partner in the Magic City Innovation District.
When Laura González-Estéfani moved from Silicon Valley to Miami in 2015, the former Facebook executive said she was taken aback by the welcoming tech and entrepreneurship community.