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.
Rob Wile / November 5, 2017
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
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.
[email protected] / June 26, 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
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.
Rob Wile / June 13, 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
There are few problems as universal these days as running out of phone battery. Wynwood-based Chargello is aiming to tackle the issue.
Rob Wile / May 16, 2017
Miami’s riding a wellness wave – and entrepreneurs like Susan Duprey are getting on it.
Rob Wile / May 10, 2017
We’ve come along way from the days when cocaine was the main thing we were known for trading in.
Rob Wile / May 3, 2017