Miami has more than earned its nickname as the Magic City with a thriving tourism industry that draws visitors all year long. It’s also home to many media and finance companies with global ties. And its location in subtropical south Florida makes it the perfect place for a thriving agriculture industry. Read on to see how ITC helps Miami companies stay connected with partners and customers all over the world.


Major Business Industries in Miami, FL


Miami has pretty much everything needed to attract tourists, including an international airport, year-round warm weather, beautiful beaches (with average water temperature of 79°F), trendy nightlife and plenty of hotels, restaurants and shopping opportunities. The area also hosts major league sports teams in American football, basketball, hockey and baseball. A wide range of companies serve the tourism industry in the greater Miami area, which hosted a record-breaking 23.3 million visitors in 2018, according to the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. These visits support 144,800 jobs, making tourism Miami’s number one job creator.

Media and Entertainment

A number of major Spanish-language media companies have chosen Miami as their headquarters, such as Telemundo, Univision, Sony Music Latin and Universal Music Latin Entertainment. This area is also a destination for the film and entertainment industry, bringing over $1 billion into the local economy, according to FilMiami.

Banking and Finance

The banking and finance sector has been growing steadily in Miami and the city is now called the financial capital of Latin America. Miami-Dade Beacon Council says, “Miami-Dade has the largest concentration of domestic and international banks on the East Coast south of New York City.” Major employers in the area include Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Visa International. This industry contributes directly and indirectly to the local economy, with average annual salaries of over $130,000.

International Trade

With its close proximity to Latin America, it’s no surprise that Miami is a hub for international trade. The port is recognized as the Cargo Gateway of the Americas, facilitating logistics for international trade between the United States, Latin America and other countries around the world. PortMiami contributes $43 billion each year to the local economy and supports more than 334,500 jobs. Miami International Airport also handles an enormous amount of international cargo and passengers.


South Florida has the ideal climate for growing tropical fruit and vegetables. People in the rest of the country are especially grateful to have access to fresh produce in the winter thanks to the people working in this industry. Fruits and veggies aren’t the only agricultural exports from this region: a quarter of the ornamental plants sold in the United States come from this area, keeping our living rooms green all year long.

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    Languages Services We Offer in Miami, FL

    Companies in Miami can turn to ITC for high-quality linguistic services to reach their international customers and tourists visiting the region.

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    Some ITC Clients in Miami, FL

    Exco provides accounting, international tax and transaction advisory services in French and English. They rely on ITC for translation, adaptation and localization services so they can speak to their target audience in a way that resonates.

    Miracle Fruit Oil develops innovative products made with miracle fruit seed oil, a rare and exotic oil made from the miracle fruit berry, a plant native to tropical West Africa that thrives in South Florida’s climate. We provide translation and desktop publishing to help the company reach customers around the world.

    About Miami, FL

    The Magic City has many distinctions, including the fact that it’s the only major U.S. city established by a woman, at least as far as we know. Julia DeForest Tuttle was a visionary who saw the potential of this area and convinced a railroad owner to bring rail here to support development. The city was officially incorporated in 1896. Today, more than 70 percent of the population is Latino/Hispanic, bringing a wealth of ethnic and cultural diversity.

    ITC Translations is ISO 17100 certified

    The goal of the ISO 17100 standard is to outline translation processes and guarantee that a company follows best practices related to translators, technical resources and service quality.

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