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Conference hopes to put Miami on America's tech startup map
Miami Herald Small Business Makeover: Roy’s Delivery Service
2014-07-06 Hada Grullon is a bulldog — a tenacious, talented, self-made woman who turned an idea into a thriving business called Roy’s Delivery Service. Her company, which has been around for 20 years, delivers just about anything, but its core business is handling deliveries for the medical industry. Every day, Roy’s delivers human organs, blood, tissue, radiology film, sensitive documents and other specimens to doctors and medical facilities throughout South Florida.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Silicon Valley need have no fear, but look out for the latest upstart to enter the tech arena: Miami. A south Florida millionaire investor is seeking to turn the city into a science and technology startup hub with a focus on the Americas, leveraging the region's better-known assets - beach condos, low taxes and capital flight from all over Latin America - to attract a new generation of Hispanic entrepreneurs.
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Date Published 2014-05-06
Publication Chicago Tribune
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