Tag Archives: New Miami Breakfast Series

Miami: The Next Entrepreneurial Frontier

We spend a lot of time looking into where our city is headed on our New Miami blog, and we are truly excited about the opportunities for innovation in Miami. On the heels of the success of various events focused on entrepreneurship in Miami, such as eMerge Americas Techweek and the Knight Foundation’s Start-Up City, … Continue Reading

New Miami Breakfast Series – Real Estate Financing Highlights

I recently had the pleasure of moderating the latest installment of the Bilzin Sumberg New Miami Breakfast Series – “The Return of Real Estate Financing: Passing Trend or Here to Stay?” During our lively discussion, which featured an expert panel of industry leaders (listed below) and a packed audience of business and community leaders, several … Continue Reading

Thank You For Joining Us For Our New Miami Breakfast Series | Hospitality

Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM 1450 Brickell Avenue, 23rd Floor Miami, FL 33131 Thank you for joining us for the second installment of the New Miami Breakfast Series. Hospitality: A Bird’s Eye View of Miami and Beyond Miami is one of the most active hotel investment markets in the country and … Continue Reading

Bilzin Sumberg Hosts Inaugural New Miami Breakfast Series

This past week, Bilzin Sumberg hosted its inaugural New Miami Breakfast Series discussion, with a focus on Public-Private Partnerships.  With the benefit of a diverse, expert panel and an engaged (and engaging) audience of business and community leaders we had a productive discussion on the benefits of P3s and their future in our community.  The … Continue Reading

Thank You For Joining Us For Our New Miami Breakfast Series

Thank you for joining us for the inaugural session of the New Miami Breakfast Series. Public-Private Partnerships: Why They Are Growing in Popularity and Their Impact on South Florida The most flexible relationship between the government and a private contractor is a public-private partnership, commonly referred to as a P3, in which government and the … Continue Reading
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