Latin America's tech scene is constantly evolving, and with it, more and more players are coming into the mix. Take a look at the latest news.
Shopify has helped over 100,000 retailers start selling online worldwide. The platform has also taken hold in Latin America, especially Mexico.
Out of Brazil, MeSeems is an integrated digital platform that allows its clients to send customizable questionnaires via mobile app to get market insights.
Wearable technologies haven’t quite taken hold – especially in developing markets like Latin America. There are a number of explanations for the lag, including...
Claudio Cossio discusses the Interesante and its strategies and tactics for monetizing content in the United States and Latin America.
Latin America’s entrepreneurial and acceleration movement has extended beyond the region’s capitals. Such is the case of LPHub out of La Plata, Argentina.
When it comes to picking a one-line descriptor for a startup, the Mandaê team has it down: “Our mission is to make shipping stuff simple.”
For new business entrepreneurs, the idea of a virtual office is becoming more appealing each and every day. Here's a look at why.
Last week, LatAm tech was marked by two announcements in investment – a new alliance between NXTP Labs and naranya*LABS, and the launch of Magma Partners.
Freelancer.com has experienced explosive growth in Brazil and Latin America. CEO Matt Barrie lets us in on how tech, entrepreneurs and SMEs contribute.