Five Latin American Startups on the Rise in 2015
Uruguayan Alejandro Esperanza and Andres Israel devoted their efforts in 2013 to increase the logistic efficiency of foreign trade, since they created the first online platform that optimizes the relationship among importers, exporters and freight agents.
How can you be a successful Latin American entrepreneur in Silicon Valley?
First generation of startups supported by Manos Accelerator.
Five Successful Foreign Entrepreneurs in Latin America
North American economist Parker Stanberry only stayed some 48 hours in Buenos Aires in 2004 and two years later he founded Oasis Collections.
Five Successful Peruvian Startups to be Kept in Mind
E Lock was born out of the idea of three students from the Enterprising Center at San Ignacio de Loyola University (USIL): Marco León Cáceres, Gabriela Peña Yacarine and Cristina Meza Barrenechea.
Six Green Startups Willing to Change the World from Latin America
AcuaCare won the PepsiCo award to the Development with Purpose and it was included in IDB’s list of 16 innovative companies in 2014.
Lucas Bustos, the Argentinian chef that took gastronomy in wineries to its highest point
Lucas Bustos will spend a lot of time in London and Sao Paolo celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Ruca Malén winery with the objective of revaluing cordilleranian dishes.
Meet the few Latin American Startups that were Sold Recently
Colombian-owned ClickDelivery has been one of the very few Latin American startups to become famous at a worldwide level in 2014.
Mango: The Latin-American Startup Transforming Online Payments
Mango is unique in that it provides Tech Services and Tools which permits acceptance of Online payments in an alternative way.