Hatching a Tech Future: South Florida Startups are Gaining Strength
As South Florida strives to develop a technology hub, here is a look at some measures of entrepreneurial and tech sector strength for the Miami area and Florida markets
The Knight Foundation plans to continue investing in infrastructure projects and organizations that help support and accelerate the growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
As the eMerge Americas technology conference opens on Monday, a number of international tech startups will likely be sniffing around, considering Miami for a possible launch point for their U.S. or Latin American operations.
Amazon.com, Inc. today announced plans for a new fulfillment center in the Sunshine State to be located in Miami.
Quick, rattle off the capitals of fashion. Milan, check. Paris, New York, London, check, check, check. Miami … Miami?
While Memorial Day honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the U.S. armed forces, its intended meaning can sometimes get lost here in Miami.
More than 500 business and community leaders attended the 15th Annual Beacon Awards May 11 to honor local businesses and organizations that have strengthened the Miami-Dade economy through innovative business endeavors across industries.
Miami’s economic development agency, The Beacon Council, is doubling down on drones with a new initiative focused on this fast-growing segment of the aviation and technology industries.
Miami hosted the Wings of Change conference for the first time at the Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove on May 2, bringing together hundreds of aviation and aerospace experts from around the world.