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This Wynwood startup is quietly fixing the world’s phone charging problems

There are few problems as universal these days as running out of phone battery. Wynwood-based Chargello is aiming to tackle the issue.

/ May 16, 2017


Radiate Miami is changing the city culture by changing the culture in your gut

Miami’s riding a wellness wave – and entrepreneurs like Susan Duprey are getting on it.

/ May 10, 2017


These four startups are remaking Miami into a world-renowned trade hub

We’ve come along way from the days when cocaine was the main thing we were known for trading in.

/ May 3, 2017


Zuke Music wants to rock a LinkedIn for the music community

On Tuesday, Zuke Music, a platform for connecting music professionals, took home the first-place, $10,000 prize in the Babson WIN Lab-Miami’s pitch competition for its first cohort.

We spoke with founder Arielle Cohen about how she got the idea for the startup and her plans going forward.

/ April 30, 2017


South Florida got its first high-profile startup exit this week

CIC Miami prepares for another “launch,” NewCo arrives in Miami, and the Miami Herald’s Business Plan Challenge declares its finalists.

/ April 21, 2017


Greathouse Gourmet is using FIU’s food incubator to “spread” Jamaican love

Greathouse Gourmet’s founder is the quintessential South Florida entrepreneur with an amazing product that just needs a little push for a huge breakthrough.

/ April 18, 2017


Four things to know about Miami startups this week

Miami’s food startups take the spotlight.

/ April 14, 2017


In MANO, Ric Herrero has brought Miami a “do tank”

MANO, the group behind Miami’s Maker Faire, continues to fuel projects that allow hands-on-minded Miamians to reshape the city.

/ April 12, 2017


Five things that happened on the Miami startup scene this week

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.

/ April 7, 2017


Miami’s got a startup funding problem. Corporations might be the fix.

A lack of funding for South Florida startups is galvanizing a move toward some unlikely sources for financial backing.

/ April 3, 2017