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.
Rob Wile / August 13, 2017
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.
Rob Wile / July 14, 2017
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.
Rob Wile / July 4, 2017
We met many startups at eMerge Americas 2017, but five stood out for the promise of their products and the momentum they’re showing.
Rob Wile / June 15, 2017
Wynwood Yard has gone from a barren plot of land to a thriving cultural center and startup incubator in just 1.5 years, despite a Zika scare that threatened it all.
Rob Wile / May 31, 2017
Miami’s riding a wellness wave – and entrepreneurs like Susan Duprey are getting on it.
Rob Wile / May 10, 2017
CIC Miami prepares for another “launch,” NewCo arrives in Miami, and the Miami Herald’s Business Plan Challenge declares its finalists.
Rob Wile / April 21, 2017
Miami’s food startups take the spotlight.
Rob Wile / April 14, 2017
MANO, the group behind Miami’s Maker Faire, continues to fuel projects that allow hands-on-minded Miamians to reshape the city.
Rob Wile / April 12, 2017
Miami now has a VC-In-Residence, the Knight Foundation makes a big bet on Miami startups, and South Florida moves up a spot on the VC tables.
Rob Wile / April 7, 2017