Greater Miami’s high-skilled workforce is fueled largely by immigrant talent, too


Anton Diego, born in Moscow but raised in Havana and Spain, runs EveryMundo, a Miami-based marketing-technology company serving the travel and hospitality industry.

The EveryMundo team mirrors their leader’s international roots and company name. Of the company’s 57 full-time Miami employees, 37 were born outside the United States.

“We’re truly about the American Dream,” Diego said at a recent tech event. “We want to make a difference in this city. We need to be able to recruit outside the United states and look south. Some of our top developers come to the U.S., they bring their families … and they teach junior developers their skills. … They improve our world.”