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Out of Amsterdam, Rockstart Accelerator is looking for startups to join its next class, and it's got its eye on Latin America for projects.
Out of Córdoba, Argentina, company builder Incutex is in search of its 2014 startup class.
Sixteen startups will pitch at the 5th NXTP Labs Demo Day, which will also include a celebration the accelerator's portfolio reaching 100 companies.
This week, Naranya Labs and Plug and Play Spain launched calls for projects to participate in their acceleration programs next year.
From addressing accusations of gifting equity to working out application kinks, Brazilian government initiative Start-Up Brasil remains a work in progress.
Look out Miami. Venture Hive has unveiled the 10 startups selected to form part of its latest acceleration class.
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.
Daniel Artunduaga, CEO of AgentPanda, Evernote's only Latin American acceleration pick this year, talks the process of building a tool for travel agents.
After over two years at the helm of Wayra’s operations in Mexico City, Marcus Dantus has parted ways with the Telefónica accelerator.
Accelerators need to stop dictating direction in the startup world.
With its second international demo day just two weeks away, Telefónica accelerator Wayra has revealed its 15-startup lineup for Wayra Global demoDay 2013.
In Buenos Aires, there’s a new accelerator in town with a pretty unique proposal. The organization: Media Factory. The focus: news.
Rebeca Hwang spoke at last week's INTEL Entrepreneurship Roundtable in Buenos Aires, after which she spoke with PulsoSocial about the accelerator fad.