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New Miami in the News: Weekly Recap

This week in New Miami it was all about the entrepreneurs. Several initiatives and organizations are helping to put South Florida’s startups on the map.

MDC, Goldman Sachs partner to bring $5 million small business program to South Florida

Miami Dade College and Goldman Sachs are teaming up to launch the 10,000 Small Business program, a $5 million program that provides entrepreneurs with a practical business education, access to capital and business support services.

Four organizations focus on building the South Florida entrepreneurial ecosystem

The Herald featured 4 organizations working to nurture South Florida’s entrepreneurial ecosystem: The LAB Miami, Venture Hive, the Technology Foundation of the Americas, and Endeavor.

Nurturing a tech hub: South Florida making progress

Endeavor, a global non-profit organization that supports high-impact entrepreneurs from all industries, is launching its first U.S. program in Miami.

Startups Fuel Miami’s Tech Boom

Examples of the growing tech boom in Miami include companies like Open English, Pipeline Brickell, LearnerNation, Mapyourstartup.co. Programs like Incubate Miami help entrepreneurs to accelerate the growth of startups and foster a vibrant tech community.

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