Miami Dolphins owner bringing a tech business to town

Crossfield Digital, part of Stephen Ross' Related Sports and Entertainment Ventures, will expand at CIC Miami

Oct.October 29, 2017 11:00 AM

Stephen Ross

Billionaire Stephen Ross, owner of the Miami Dolphins, is bringing another business to South Florida, a New York-based developer of websites and mobile apps called Crossfield Digital.

Crossfield’s business development director and its head of operations and project management are moving to CIC Miami, a co-working and office rental property at 1951 Northwest 7 Avenue in Miami.

From CIC Miami, the Crossfield employees will hire others and build the company’s Miami-area team.

Crossfield is a provider of digital business strategies and creative services to clients ranging from small private ventures to large publicly held corporations. Crossfield’s client base includes the US Open, President’s Cup and Red Bull Global RallyCross.

The expanding company is part of Related Sports and Entertainment (RSE) Ventures, which is owned by Ross, chairman and founder of New York-based real estate firm Related Companies.

“South Florida represents an ideal intersection of the markets we are especially equipped to service,” Ricardo Pellegrini, CEO of Crossfield, said in a prepared statement. [Miami Herald]Mike Seemuth

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