What we offer
CIC Miami offers a business immersion experience with the intention of supporting foreign companies looking to scale, establish a presence in the United States, or explore engagement opportunities in this market. Our softlanding package includes:
Free coworking for 15 days for up to two members per company.
Extended period in co-working at a reduced rate of $250/mo/person for up to one month.
Connections to programmatic objectives, help navigating strategic exploration of Miami, and introductions to relevant stakeholders and experts (Legal, Financial & Accounting, Human Resources, Investment seeking and preparation, User Experience (UX) and Coding, Compliance, Predictive Analytics, Government relations/interaction and Marketing & Branding).
As with all of our clients, we believe that companies should have as much time and energy as possible to focus on their core business. In order to support them in doing so, we have designed a concierge solution that supports them operationally. For this reason, all of our services are unmetered and included in the cost, so there are no added charges or additional hassles. These include CIC’s core amenities:
Flexible 30-day leases
24/7 building access
Fully stocked kitchens
High-speed internet & dedicated phone lines
Unmetered usage of 26 conference rooms & 14 phone booths
Mail & guest reception services (business commercial address)
Weekly Community events
Access to our private event spaces
Access to programming, including wellness offerings such as meditation and yoga (free and paid).
Access to free expert advice/mentoring through weekly office hours w/ experts, investors & service providers
- Access to vetted and recommended service providers, from accountants to lawyers, et al.
ARE YOU A COMPANY/STARTUP FROM LATAM LOOKING TO EXPLORE THE US MARKET VIA MIAMI?
ARE YOU CONSIDERING RELOCATING OR GROWING YOUR BUSINESS HERE?
There is an increasing amount of highly qualified and globally competitive talent arriving to Miami.
COST OF LIVING:
13th city in cost of living
ACCESS TO CAPITAL:
+30 International Banks
Growing angel, seed, and VC investment community with a high concentration of capital
Top 10 "Most attractive metro areas for Investment" and Best City for Business in Latin America (CBR North America 2015 Investor Intentions Survey)
230 Sunny days
Top 5 Best beaches in the US (travel USnews)
Top 5 in Most Influential Art World Cities (artsy editorial)
GATEWAY TO THE U.S:
5.2% Unemployment rate
Non-local & state income tax
A GROWING STARTUP SCENE WITH:
30+ Collaborative Spaces
Dozens of ongoing community events
Mentor and advising partners
#2 City in Startup activity in the U.S. (Kauffman Index)
#3 Top emerging tech hub (Mashable)
Miami International Airport has more direct flights to Latin
America than any other U.S airport.
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