6 things to know about Miami startups this week

Miami-Dade County’s mayor meets with Miami innovators, a Miami startup gets accepted into 500 Startups, and SpareDesk comes to the city.

/ March 24, 2017

Momentum wants to get Miami’s real estate cash into startups’ hands

Investing in a startup can seem intimidating to companies in traditional sectors like real estate, where Miami’s serious cash lies. Momentum wants to demystify the process – and in the end, get more startups to launch here and stay here.

/ March 22, 2017

Rokk3r Fuel wants to put a Miami stamp on companies with “exponential” potential

Rokk3r Fuel, a $150 million investment fund, will help close the funding gap on Miami’s startup scene.

/ March 14, 2017

The world’s premier community impact organization is finally opening up a Miami office

The goal of SVP is to gather wealthy partners and have them pool their funds to to give to local social impact organizations.

/ March 8, 2017

Hubspring hopes to end the hassles of managing a hospital department

Hubspring was borne out of frustration that supermarkets had better technology than hospitals, where people’s lives are in the balance.

/ March 1, 2017

Aminta Ventures wants to make the future of venture capital more female

Only 4 percent of deal-making venture capitalists in Silicon Valley are female. Aminta Ventures wants to set Miami up to do better.

/ February 15, 2017

Where can I find funding for my startup?

While Miami has historically lagged on local access to venture capital, people are working to provide new sources of investor funding and growth mentorship for Miami companies. We gathered a list of the funding groups and mentorship organizations working to bring more capital to Miami’s startup scene.

/ November 21, 2015