Miami’s made a fast ascension to the top of the national charts in startup activity. From startup accelerators to university departments to investment funds to community groups, Miamians are building new endeavors to help create an entrepreneurial ecosystem. While momentum has grown quickly, that mission faces significant challenges, too.

We built this guide, in partnership with Knight Foundation, to document the ideas, projects, and people driving the future of Miami’s startup scene. The most frequent questions we hear are about how to plug in and connect with a growing community. This guide is designed to help answer those questions. It’s a work in progress that we want to grow with you. Let us know what you’re seeing, who we should talk to, and what else should be included.

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