Watch as the Rokk3r Labs team ignite Miami’s entrepreneurial community. The trailer of the four part series.
Published by TechCrunch
Senzari, the Miami-based Pandora competitor backed by $3 million in funding from 500 Startups and other angels, is making good on its recent acquisition of the Berlin-based streaming music app Wahwah.fm. The company is now spinning off its music efforts as a mobile-first streaming radio application, rebranded as just Wahwah. In the meantime, the Senzari web-based streaming service is being temporarily shut down, as the product is rebuilt.
Written by John Koncurat
We are Appilicious!! – Appiliciousapps.com. Our company is working in downtown Miami Florida to build innovative customer driven software applications. We developed the first hCG Diet App in the world in 2009. Now in 2013 we have advanced our app may times over to make it the gold standard in hCG tracking technology. Our app is downloadable for phone or tablet devices in the Apple and Android marketplaces. In conjunction with our hCG Diet app we have launched Dr2App. Dr2App is exclusive to our company. The purpose is to connect physicians to their patients, via our app and admin site, allowing the doctors to monitor their patients weight-loss progress remotely 24/7.
Published by The Starting Gate
Startup and City have been separate conversations for too long — it’s time to explore their intersection, said Richard Florida, the urban affairs expert. And that’s what happened at Start-Up City: Miami.
Published by The Atlantic
MIAMI – Danny LaFuente offers a bottle of water that is also an art piece. “égalité,” the label says in script perfectly mimicking the mineral-water brand of Evian. If you weren’t paying attention, you could down the whole thing as a parched visitor – it is 80 degrees in Miami this week – without ever catching the sly artist’s statement.
Published by Beached Miami
Ahead of Start-Up City: Miami, I met with Florida, author of several influential books, including 2002′s The Rise Of The Creative Class, to discuss what Miami needs to do to transcend the (outdated) fun-and-sun stereotype and become a global ideas capital. Here is an edited transcript of our conversation.