From taxi app wars to the scoop on Atomico's third fund, here are the biggest stories to come out of Latin America’s startup scene over the past seven days.
Microsoft has announced plans to open a Microsoft Innovation Center, an incubator dedicated to early-stage ICT businesses, in Chile.
We’ve created a list of some of the top contenders in Latin America's taxi app game. Who do you think will come out on top?
Freelance marketplace Nubelo has landed a US$1.3 million funding round and picked up Prolance in Brazil. Its sights are set on another market: the U.S.
David Geisen of Dafiti Mexico talks the fashion e-commerce company's rise to the top in Latin America.
Five Latin American online software products that are transforming the industries of healthcare and medicine.
Nailing that first job is one of the most anxiety-causing elements in any student’s or recent graduate’s life. Chile's First Job addresses just that.
GoPlaceIt's Daniel Ibarra talks the online real estate platform's regional expansion and insights into where users want to live most.
From a distance, Start-Up Brasil and Start-Up Chile seem to be very much the same thing. Look a bit closer, however, and that's clearly not the case.
The artwork platform founded by husband-and-wife team Artur Maklyarevsky and Deb Brugiati is entirely customizable, or as they call it, remixable.