Guest blog post written by Seth Werner, Chairman/CEO Harbour Real Estate Corporation.

In 2013, Miami raked in about $300 million in venture capital, a staggering jump from previous years. While Miami has always had its fair share of entrepreneurial activity, historically it has had issues with keeping many startups. That’s quickly changing.

Contributing to the uptick in venture capital investment are the efforts of several different organizations to attract tech startups. These efforts include Manny Medina’s “eMerge Americas Techweek Conference” and the Knight Foundation’s “Start-Up City: Miami.” Considering the number of attendants and the buzz throughout the community, I think it’s fair to say this is only the beginning of exponential growth in the Magic City.

I started ENTREPRENEURradio as a resource for entrepreneurs who are launching and growing the businesses that will contribute to the continued development of our community. ENTREPRENEURradio is an online educational service created by myself and my colleague, Marcy Rosenbaum. As Miami entrepreneurs (I’m Chairman and CEO of Harbour Real Estate Investments, and Marcy is President of Consulting Alliance, and producer/host of the award-nominated Internet radio Livelihood Show) we are in a unique position to inform and inspire listeners.

Our podcast features interviews with leading entrepreneurs who discuss their process. We always ask the important, unconventional questions about creativity, risk, leadership and failure; the answers to those questions offer valuable insights for aspiring and established entrepreneurs.

The interviews are produced as a podcast available for streaming and downloading at  www.entrepreneurradio.org and may be heard at any time. Additionally, net proceeds from sponsors and donors are utilized to support scholarships for students enrolled in college-based entrepreneurship programs. These students will be able to attend selected conferences and gain extraordinary access to inspiring mentors and cutting-edge concepts.

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