Crossfield Digital, a developer of mobile apps and websites, announced it is expanding into South Florida.
The New York City-based agency, owned by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, provides creative services and digital strategy to clients ranging from early-stage entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 companies, with clients such as the US Open, President's Cup, and Red Bull Global RallyCross and Bleacher Reporte. Crossfield is part of Ross’ RSE (Related Sports and Entertainment) Ventures. The company is moving its head of operations and project management, as well as its director of business development, into the new Miami office at CIC Miami, and it is tasked with building out a team in the Miami area.
“We are veterans in serving leading sports and entertainment organizations ... however, we are equally experienced partnering with entrepreneurs in a broad range of industries who are trying to build exciting new products,” said Riccardo Pellegrini, CEO, Crossfield Digital, in a news release. “South Florida represents an ideal intersection of the markets that we are especially equipped to service, and we anticipate further success as we continue to grow Crossfield throughout the East Coast and beyond.”