Startups

Matt Haggman on five years building a startup scene

We gave the former Knight Miami Director an “exit interview” on where Miami stands five years after he launched his quest to turn Miami into a tech hub.

/ November 5, 2017


What job hunting in South Florida’s tech scene is really like

South Florida’s tech scene is growing fast — but not fast enough, or in not the right ways, for many local jobseekers.

/ October 16, 2017


Things to do on the startup scene

Weekly favorites like Waffle Wednesdays and one-offs on everything from funding to hackathons

/ October 3, 2017


Female tech leaders: Gender equality is a long way off for Miami’s tech scene

But with women in leadership positions at many of the top tech players, we’ve got a real shot at being better than the rest.

/ August 13, 2017


The five most promising startups in Broward

Entrepreneurial ecosystems don’t have strict geographic boundaries. That’s why we’re highlighting Broward County startups we think show promise and are contributing to Miami.

/ July 14, 2017


How CIC Miami dominated Miami’s startup ecosystem in less than a year

In less than a year, one building has managed to position itself as the epicenter of Miami’s startup ecosystem, forcing other hubs to alter their course.

/ July 4, 2017


Brian Brackeen: The truth about ‘the truth about Miami’s startup status’

Brian Brackeen is the founder of Kairos, one of Miami’s most celebrated startups. And he calls BS on claims that we struggle to scale.

/ June 26, 2017


The five most promising Miami startups we met at eMerge

We met many startups at eMerge Americas 2017, but five stood out for the promise of their products and the momentum they’re showing.

/ June 15, 2017


Forget unicorns. TheVentureCity wants ‘iguanacorns’

TheVentureCity, Miami’s newest accelerator and incubator, will offer vetted startups an entire ecosystem of services, from engineering and product development to legal and financial help.

/ June 13, 2017


SpeedETab wants you to help you cut the line.

Ain’t nobody got time to wait five minutes for their morning coffee at Panther.

/ June 8, 2017