The new ‘Miami Fever’, which attracts people and businesses from other regions of the US and the world

  • Guillermo D. Olmo @BBCgolmo
  • BBC News Mundo, Miami

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Miami is attracting new residents from both inside and outside the United States

Something is happening in Miami — and faster and faster.

The South Florida city is attracting people and businesses from other parts of the United States and the world, also becoming one of the new centers of reference for many entrepreneurial projects in the technology area.

Comparisons with Silicon Valley, California’s great technology center, have become commonplace in newspaper articles and in the speeches of some local politicians.

“We’ve never seen anything like it before,” says BBC News Mundo, the BBC’s Spanish-language news service, Rebecca Danta of Miami Angels, which is dedicated to bridging the gap between investment partners and entrepreneurs in the sector. technology companies seeking financing for their projects.