Quasar Ventures has unveiled its first project: Avenida, an e-commerce startup that’s a sort of Amazon for Argentina.
Here are four reasons you don’t want to miss SIME MIA 2013 (Hint: one of them involves a discount on tickets).
Silicon Drinkabout is an informal after work gathering for the startup community held on Friday evenings. This month, it landed in São Paulo.
Marco Gomes of boo-box and Dr. Luis von Ahn of Duolingo have been named the winners of their respective categories of the 2013 World Technology Awards.
Endeavor is at it again in Latin America, making waves throughout the region with ISPs, launches, research and more.
Next year, the Technology Foundation of the Americas will host eMerge Americas to consolidate Miami’s position as a tech gateway to and from Latin America.
Start-Up Chile and Start-Up Brasil will host a combined Demo Day tomorrow, Tuesday, October 29th, in Santiago.
An examination of 12 technologies that stand to revolutionize higher education in Latin America.
CataMoeda seeks to encourage Brazilians to utilize forgotten or accumulated change by offering tangible incentives in the places they shop every day.
On the 6th and 7th of December, Health 2.0 will land in São Paulo, Brazil for a landmark event: its very first conference in Latin America.
Angel Cano laid out BBVA’s strategy for South America, indicating that it expects to invest US$2.5 billion in the continent over the next four years.
Startup lessons from Silicon Valley. This afternoon, the PulsoConf audience got just that from Ariel Poler, one of LatAm’s top entrepreneurial exports.
If you’re just talking to investors you already know, you’re probably not talking to the investor that’s right for your startup.
“I would make the argument that sales is the most important thing in any company,” affirmed Mike Hennessey at the opening of PulsoConf this morning.
“Once you get funding, make sure you keep running, because you’re always going to be half-way there,” advised Nico Berman in his presentation at PulsoConf.