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    • Startups rock the house at Venture Hive’s The Swarm

      Video marketing startup Cinemad offers a B2B solution to turn viewers into customers, and plans to first conquer the Latin American market, and then the U.S. Quotanda, now based here, is launching programs in Mexico now and its two-year goal is to be the largest student loan source in Latin Americas. Clicky is a reservation platform for sports facilities, already with 2,300 venues, including 10 in Miami. “It’s like Open Table but for sports,” said co-founder Ezequiel Bucai. PRX Control Solutions, which develops solutions for reducing the expense of pharmaceutical treatments, moved the company to Miami and is focusing on the Latin America market initially. How about games for sports brands? “Thousands of teams, thousands of stars, the sky is the limit,” said German Tarico of Argentina, who found his first investor here and says he plans to stay in South Florida. Continue reading

    • CBRE study: South Florida lags other markets for tech-talent growth

      Tech-talent clustering is a growing driver of demand for office space in both large and small markets across the United States, according to a research report released Tuesday by CBRE, a global commercial real estate and investment firm. But of the 50 top office markets it studied, Miami ranked at the bottom for tech-talent growth — No. 50. Fort Lauderdale ranked 48th. Among other Florida cities, Tampa ranked 36th and Orlando 47th. At the top of the list: Silicon Valley, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, San Francisco Peninsula, New York; Seattle, Boston, Baltimore, Austin and Atlanta. Smaller markets in the top 25 included Edison, NJ, Columbus, OH, and Salt Lake City, UT. Continue reading

    • Enstitute apprenticeship program launching in Miami this week

      Enstitute, a national non-profit apprenticeship program, will launch its Miami Hub this week. In conjunction with the launch, Enstitute is bringing in a dozen investors and entrepreneurs from around the country to explore the Miami startup ecosystem and meet with local founders and investors. Continue reading

    • Venture Hive to open accelerator for veteran-owned tech businesses
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      Venture Hive, the Miami-based entrepreneurship education company, is partnering with the city of Fort Walton Beach to launch a national accelerator for veteran-owned businesses. Through this public-private partnership, Fort Walton Beach will enable Venture Hive to provide selected veteran-owned tech businesses with access to business coaching, customized training and a relevant network to scale their ventures, driving the economic growth of the region. Fort Walton Beach has allocated $500,000 to the initiative and will provide renovated space to house the Venture Hive Fort Walton Beach Accelerator. Continue reading


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