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We are not ‘Silicon’ anything. We are #MiamiTech — of, by and for this community

Miami is a haven for innovators, builders and those who wield technology as a powerful tool of social change.

We, a collective of local tech builders and leaders, have intentionally laid the groundwork over many years toward a shared vision of an inclusive community for makers, technologists and advocates in the 305.

The 2020 disruption of our traditional anchors to this community has spurred a rapid influx of newcomers, whom we welcome warmly and with open arms. As the national spotlight continues to draw speculation about Miami’s capacity to thrive as a global hub for tech and innovation, we recognize that an important voice is missing from this dialogue — our voice

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Why Miami Is The Next Hot Tech Hub: ‘This Is Not A Retirement Decision’

While Miami has drawn tech investors and founders for years, the COVID-19 pandemic seemed to accelerate the rate of migration, according to Rebecca Danta, managing director of angel network Miami Angels. In the fourth quarter of 2020, the influx was like a “big wave,” she said.

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Join Us in Miami! Love, Masters of the Universe

MIAMI — America’s business leaders, freed from the office, looked around the country, taking note of its coronavirus lockdowns, taxes and rabble rousers. And many said as if in unison: Miami!

Blackstone Group: Miami!

Elliott Management: Miami!

Silicon Valley venture capitalists: Miami!

And the charming mayor, Francis X. Suarez, a registered Republican, knowing he had an especially easy sell at the moment, said: Welcome.

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The City of Miami produces the most African American and Hispanic engineers in the COUNTRY. @FrancisSuarez is creating a #MiamiForEveryone - I'm thrilled he is bringing high quality and high paying jobs to the city I called home for so long. #MiamiTech

Marcelo Claure

People often ask me why I am pushing so hard to expand our tech ecosystem. These are two main reasons...but not ONLY for my children but for those that don't have what they inevitably will in terms of tools, opportunities, and education...the world is changing and we must adapt.

Mayor Francis Suarez

Cars & trucks stuck in traffic generate megatons of toxic gases & particulate, but @boringcompany road tunnels under Miami would solve traffic & be an example to the world. Spoke with @RonDeSantisFL about tunnels last week. If Governor & Mayor want this done, we will do it.

Elon Musk

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