Wayra Argentina Demo Day: 11 Startups to Pitch at #RedInnovaBA

Tomorrow, a new batch of Wayra startups will have a chance to give it a go and pitch their projects the at Wayra Argentina’s latest Demo Day. The forum: Red Innova Buenos Aires.

Eight companies from Wayra’s Argentine division will present, as well startups from the Telefónica accelerator’s offices in Peru, Colombia and Chile.

Here’s who Wayra Demo Day attendees can expect:

Comenta TV, a platform that provides analytics and insights into social media engagement for television.

Educabilia, an online platform for local offline education opportunities aimed at the Latin American market.

Eventdoo, a collaborative platform to create, promote, share and fund events.

I am at, a platform that maximizes experiences at events like concerts and conferences via mobile devices and helps event organizers better connect with attendees.

iBillionaire, an app that tracks the portfolios of the world’s top investors and financial influencers.

SincroPool, a carpooling service that caters to communities, organizations, schools and private neighborhoods.

Social Tools, a social platform that helps brands get the most out of their fan pages by way of applications for contests, content and social feeds. The startup also presented at Wayra’s Demo Day in Brazil last week.

Virálica, a way for brands to spread the word on social media, making discounts, campaigns and raffles go viral.

Duhem, a community and online marketplace for responsible buying and selling. Out of Wayra Peru.

StartBull, a financial social network that simulates the stock exchange of Latin America’s principal markets. Accelerate by Wayra Colombia.

Políglota, the world’s first language education network, bringing together language learners for real-life meetups all over the globe. Out of Wayra Chile, Políglota made the top 20 in this year’s PS10.

It will be interesting to see whether pitches will be the only item on the menu during Wayra’s Demo Day tomorrow. At its São Paulo event, the accelerator revealed a partnership with Evernote. Perhaps it has something similar up its sleeve in Buenos Aires.