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Softlanding Incentives & Assistance

International Softlanding @ CIC
  • CIC Miami offers a complimentary, immersive experience to international organizations intending to explore and potentially establish a presence in the Miami and US markets.
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Miami-Dade Beacon Council

Miami-Dade’s official economic development forum assists national and international companies with market research, recruitment, permitting and regulatory assistance, corporate relocation services, tax incentives, workforce training incentives and more.

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Enterprise Florida

Enterprise Florida is the Official Economic Development Organization for the State of Florida, assisting companies with export counseling, trade mission organization, site selection services, demographic information, incentive information and more.

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The Best Time to Come to Miami for Business

Calendar in English
Legend:
Green = Conference
Yellow = Information
Red = Holiday

JANUARY (Active month as of January 6)

01 – New Year, holiday highly observed
Activities are set in motion for the year
Martin Luther King (observed holiday, not mandatory, activities generally remain normal)
Florida Venture Forum (In Fort Lauderdale)

FEBRUARY (High activity month)

Future of Travel
President’s Day (observed holiday, not mandatory, activities generally remain normal)

MARCH (High activity month)

Applications are opened for WIN LAB MIAMI, Babson College’s incubator for women

APRIL (High activity month)

Easter, low activity holiday
Emerge Americas, Innovation Event

MAY (High activity month)

Memorial Day (observed holiday)

JUNE (High activity month and end of the school year)

Future of Real Estate

JULY (Month with average activity, start of summer vacation)

Adjusted work schedules due to school vacation
04 – Independence Day (heavily observed holiday)
Applications open to 500 Startups Miami

AUGUST (Summer holidays for school and university students)

The whole country does not come to a complete stop, activities continue at a slow pace.

SEPTEMBER (Higher probability of hurricanes in Miami)

Labor Day observed holiday, not mandatory, activities generally remain normal)

OCTOBER (Very high activity month)

Finnosummit by Finnovista, FinTech conference
Columbus Day, observed holiday, not mandatory, activities generally remain normal
BioFlorida,  Life Sciences conference
Unbound, Innovation event

NOVEMBER (The first two weeks very high activity)

Veterans Day, observed holiday, activities generally remain normal
Future of Logistics
Thursday and Friday of the 3rd week – Thanksgiving, probably the most important holiday in the USA, most people travel to be with their families

DECEMBER (High activity the first two weeks)

The mentality is to close off the end of the year and plan for the new year
Art Basel, city revolves around art and design, high traffic
ITPalooza
25 – Christmas is highly observed and the following week is very slow.
Calendario en Español
Leyenda:
Verde = Conferencia
Amarillo = Información
Rojo = Festivo

ENERO (Mes activo desde el 6 de Enero)

01 – Dia de Año Nuevo
06 – Se activan las actividades nuevamente
Martin Luther King Day (feriado observado, no obligatorio, en general las actividades se mantienen normales)
Florida Venture Forum, en Fort Lauderdale

FEBRERO (Mes de actividad alta)

Future of Travel
President’s Day (feriado observado, no obligatorio, en general las actividades se mantienen normales)

MARZO (Mes de actividad alta)

Se abren postulaciones para WIN LAB Miami, incubadora mujeres de Babson College

ABRIL (Mes de actividad alta)

Pascua de resurrección, no tan observado como en otros países
Emerge Americas, Conferencia de tecnología e Innovación

MAYO (Mes de actividad alta)

Memorial Day (feriado observado, no obligatorio, generalmente se toma como fin de semana largo)

JUNIO (Mes de actividad alta y fin del año escolar)

Future of Real Estate

JULIO (Mes de actividad media y el comienzo del verano)

Los padres tienen que llegar más temprano porque los niños están en vacaciones. Algunos trabajan desde sus casas, es complicado participar en eventos en horarios fuera de oficina.
04 – Independence Day (solo se celebra durante ese día pero puede ser una semana lenta)
Se abren postulaciones a 500 Startups Miami

AGOSTO (Vacaciones de verano para escolares y universitarios)

No se paraliza todo el país, las actividades continúan en un ritmo lento.

SEPTIEMBRE (Mayor probabilidad de huracanes en Miami)

Labor Day (feriado observado, no obligatorio, en general las actividades se mantienen normales)

OCTUBRE (Mes de actividad muy alta)

Finnosummit by Finnovista
Día de Colón (feriado observado, no obligatorio, en general las actividades se mantienen normales)
BioFlorida, Life Sciences
Unbound, Evento de Innovación

NOVIEMBRE (Actividad muy alta las dos primeras semanas)

Veteran’s Day, (feriado observado, no obligatorio, en general las actividades se mantienen normales)
Future of Logistics
Jueves y Viernes de la tercera semana – Thanksgiving, seguramente la festividad más importante de USA

DICIEMBRE (Actividad alta las dos primeras semanas)

La mentalidad está en cerrar y planificar el nuevo año
Art Basel, ciudad giran en torno al arte y diseño, alto tráfico
ITPalooza
25 – Navidad, feriado observado y la semana que viene es una semana muy lenta.