From the Source: Testimonials

Starting a business is hard enough. No need to reinvent the wheel. Learn why others chose Miami:

The deciding factors for Instacart to expand to Miami were the demand we saw based on website hits and app downloads, the size of the market, and the presence of our retail partners here; that coupled with our unstoppable ambition of delivering unmelted ice cream to Miamianos in the middle of August, of course.
— Instacart
I thought I would have ended up in Silicon Valley, but staying here was good for me.
— 3Gimbals
Miami is already a beacon for entrepreneurs globally, but we still have room for significant growth. We are eager to advance our mission to facilitate greater connectivity within Miami’s burgeoning innovation community, to catalyze new startup and investment activity, and to meaningfully engage diverse and underrepresented groups who historically have not been included in the innovation movement.
— Venture Cafe Miami
My peers are the ones shaping and forming Miami. All the positive changes are coming.
— 3gimbals
We see Miami as a true melting pot of innovation that is at the intersection of technology and the life sciences
— Wexford Science & Technology
Miami se formó desde la diversidad, convirtiéndose involuntariamente en el punto de conexión entre los hemisferios del mundo ... pero el momento para hacer historia y capitalizar en su peculiar folklore es ahora; Los que vengan, rápidamente accederán a mercados sin descubrir, a un flujo constante de talento y al verano sin fín. En El Ojo llegó a Miami para ser el marco audiovisual de más historias que quedan por contar.
Miami was formed from diversity, organically becoming the point of connection between the hemispheres of the world ... but the breaking point to capitalize on its unique folklore as an economic driver is now; Those who come will quickly access untapped markets, a constant inflow of talent and endless sunshine. En El Ojo was founded to be the audiovisual framework of more stories left to be told. 
— En El Ojo Films
Brooke WalisEcosystem