October 30, 2014
Creating a Tech Hub in Miami

Photo: Carnival Corp.

Carnival, trying to win back consumer confidence, launched a $25-million ad campaign and opened 10 sales offices in Asia.

Florida's 2014 Economic Yearbook

Creating a Tech Hub in Miami

In Depth: Miami-Dade by the numbers

Tourism, real estate and international trade are driving the economy in Miami-Dade County, as they have for years. Much energy has been focused on creating a technology hub in the county, and the number of tech startups and second-stage companies has grown dramatically, as have incubators and other growth organizations. Companies to watch include: Carnival; American Airlines; and Seaboard Marine. Also, highlights from Monroe County.

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