Cookapp has landed in New York City. The Buenos Aires-based startup that connects foodies with local chefs launched in the U.S. in February.
Under the slogan “code reuse made simple,” the Biicode team has built a platform that stands to benefit thousands of programmers worldwide.
Juan Pablo Cappello discusses why Latin America tech will fail to make an impact until entrepreneurs address the region’s real, widespread problems.
The W2NYC Global Industry Challenge is in search of innovative companies in the arena of new manufacturing to travel to New York City this May.
With the help of crowdfunding, filmmaker Andreas Dalsgaard seeks to complete his documentary, Democrazy, on the changing political landscape in Colombia.
Thomas Kimber has built three sustainability-focused companies in his entrepreneurial career. The kicker: he’s only 24.
Two major themes dominated the news last week in Latin America’s tech ecosystem: payments and the World Cup. Both represent major opportunities, albeit very distinct.
Want to know who’s who in the Brazilian ecosystem? The nominees and winners of the Brazil Founders awards are a good place to start.
Out of Mexico, Avisora empowers citizens by allowing them to report day-to-day annoyances, vote on what others have reported and, in turn, drive change.