Tag Archives: Miami’s technology sector

New Miami Breakfast Insights

Our New Miami Breakfast, “Miami: The Next Entrepreneurial Frontier,”  was heavily attended by nearly 200 of Miami’s business community members. Our co-moderators, Bilzin Sumberg Partners Javier Aviño and Melissa Pallett-Vasquez, touched on Miami’s initiatives to attract both entrepreneurs and investors, before our esteemed panelists dove in. Matt Haggman, Miami Program Director of The Knight Foundation, discussed some of the … Continue Reading

Citrix Acquires South Florida Startup

South Florida’s tech startups are causing a commotion in the industry — and tech giants are taking notice.  In hopes of enhancing its mobile workplace delivery platform, software behemoth Citrix Systems announced last week that it had acquired Virtu.al, a four-month-old IT security startup in Delray Beach, Florida, for an undisclosed amount. Citrix’s latest acquisition … Continue Reading

GIS Technology Supports Port Efficiency and Expansion

Known as the Cargo Gateway to the Americas and currently home to 13 cruise lines, Port Miami is a vital economic anchor of Miami -Dade County. The Port employs more than 200,000 in the South Florida region and contributes $27 billion annually to the local economy. While more than 4 million cruise passengers traveled through the … Continue Reading

Growing Salaries for South Florida’s High-Tech Workers

South Florida’s burgeoning tech-startup scene has helped catapult the region into one of the nation’s fastest growing high-tech hubs, luring not just innovative entrepreneurs, but all manner of high-tech workers hoping to capitalize on the next big idea as well. The high-tech workers heading to South Florida will be happy to know that this growth … Continue Reading

Miami’s Entrepreneurial Landscape Evolves

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 … Continue Reading

Retail and Tech in Miami Continue to Expand

At the Beacon Council’s annual One Community One Goal Meeting, national retail department store Macy’s announced that it will be bringing its fashion incubator to Miami in order to foster and keep talent in Miami. In its two other locations in Chicago and Philadelphia, the Macy’s incubator has served as a residency on the business … Continue Reading

Get Ready For A Miami Tech Hub

Miami has long been known for its tourism and hospitality industry, its booming real estate market and its diverse international population. Now, in the wake of Microsoft’s announcement that it plans to open a state-of-the-art training facility in the Magic City, and several noteworthy events targeted specifically toward this rising industry, we can now add … Continue Reading

Mayor Speaks of Miami’s Emergence in Technology Sector

Miami’s technology movement is not on the brink of happening…it is happening and it’s happening now.  With the Downtown Development Authority’s success in facilitating hedge fund Universa Investments’ relocation to Miami, and the eMerge Americas tech conference set to take place May 2nd through May 6th, Miami is getting the world’s attention for more than … Continue Reading
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