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Miami-Dade Demonstrates its Resilience with Rapid Recovery

Miami-Dade County is open for business after experiencing the wrath of Hurricane Irma.

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Beacon Council Working with Agencies to Aid Hurricane-Impacted Businesses

The Miami-Dade Beacon Council, the official economic development partnership, is working closely with public and private sector leaders to help Miami-Dade’s business community recover and get back to work as soon as possible.

TheMiamiHerald

South Florida Wants to be Amazon.com’s Second Headquarters

South Florida hopes to persuade Seattle-based Amazon that it is the perfect location for the online shipping giant’s second North American headquarters, an eight-million-square-foot, 50,000-employee campus.

TheMiamiHerald

Here’s What to do if You are a Small Business Owner Struggling After IRMA

Even though Hurricane Irma missed South Florida, many small business owners are suffering from wind/flooding damage, power outages and loss of revenue.

TheNewYorkTimes

Dear Amazon, We Picked Your New Headquarters for You

Amazon has set off a scrum among cities that are hoping to land the company’s second headquarters — with the winner getting the prize of a $5 billion investment and 50,000 new jobs over the next two decades.

SFBJ

Cover Story: Inside South Florida’s Push to Become a Pharma hub

Pharmaceutical products are increasingly making a stop at Miami International Airport (MIA) before reaching pharmacies or consumers.

Connecting Entrepreneurship & Art in Miami

Organizational psychologist/strategist focused on merging innovation and community impact.

TheMiamiHerald

As Unemployment Drops, Build a Bench to Keep your Business on Track

As unemployment continues to drop, how can you attract and retain the quality employees you need for continued operations and growth?

Airborne Response President Christopher Todd Selected to Lead South Florida Drone and Unmanned Systems Initiatives by AUVSI and Miami-Dade Beacon Council

New AUVSI Miami Satellite Chapter to work with Beacon Council’s Aviation Committee and other stakeholders to increase awareness and adoption of UAS and robotics

SFBJ

El Clásico Miami Brings Thousands of Fans, Millions of Dollars to South Florida

Tens of thousands of sports fans are expected to descend on South Florida this week, bringing along an influx of cash and yet another signal that the region’s once-sleepy summers may be heating up.