MentorDay: How Miami leaders are paving the way for entrepreneurs

Wow! Thirty less headaches for Miami entrepreneurs, and a $50,000 prize. Twenty-two industry experts helped 30 entrepreneurs solve their business problems  in 45 minute sessions for high impact mentorship across 4 venues in Miami. MentorDay, a new made-in-Miami platform, was launched this month to give industry leaders and experts a chance to pay it forward
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The Miami Tech Scene Is Heating Up

Miami is a city of many traits. Historically recognized for the sun, beach and tourists of South Beach, it has now become much more than that. With one of the most diverse populations in the country, Miami is the strategic capital of the Americas, binding Brazil and Spanish-speaking Latin America (LatAm) to the U.S. market.
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How top MBA schools suck at attracting true entrepreneurs

Having spent a few days at Wharton, it become clear to me that what’s really broken about the MBA atmosphere has nothing to do with the students but rather a system that has been working for many years as a corporate grinder for recruitment in which, not only they have been some of the top
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