Why the Caribbean could Become Latin America’s Great Technological Hub
Christine Souffrant Ntim, founder of the Technological Summit of Haiti, during her speech at the first edition held last June.
10 Startups That Are Transforming the Lives of Mexicans
The Conekta founders; from left to right: Leo Fischer, Hector Cárdenas and Cristina Randall.
Eight Startups That Have Made the Uruguayan Ecosystem Fashionable
With the influx of new companies and the country’s economic stability, Uruguay has begun to attract big names from the digital world such as Microsoft, which have found a favorable business environment to develop new projects
Ten Apps Created in Latin America to Make Your Life Easier
Punta Go is a new and free Uruguayan app, available for Android and iOS, which invites people rediscover Punta del Este in an unprecedented way.
Ten Latin American Entrepreneurs to Keep on your Radar
Alejandra Mustakis is the first woman in charge of Asociación de Emprendedores de Chile (Chilean Undertakers´ Association) and she was one of the first ones in getting into a world traditionally driven by men.
Thanks to These Six Colombian Startups your Life is More Comfortable
The nearly 3.000 Colombian startups, the majority with less than five years of operation, have generated 7.933 direct jobs.
Mexico Marches Ahead Seriously: The Next Silicon Valley Could Be Speaking Spanish
There are many reasons that even take us to think of Mexico as an outstanding actor in North America, taking advantage of the talent, the competitive wages, life quality, and the flexibility of regulative frame.
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