In February, GoIntegro put another US$5 million in the bank. Company co-founder and CEO Germán Dyzenchauz discusses the startup's success.
Brazilian online travel agency Hotel Urbano has picked up a US$50 million investment from Tiger Global Management and Insight Venture Partners.
Not all high-impact entrepreneurs make a lot of noise. Such is the case of Ventas-Privadas, an online buying club based in Argentina.
There’s a new music-streaming player in town: Seevl. And it’s got Latin America on the menu, with localized versions in Spanish and Portuguese.
From a new chunk of funding for VivaReal to a look at what’s happening with Bitcoin, here is what you need to know about the latest in LatAm tech today.
Brazilian entrepreneurial initiative Start-Up Brasil looks to be shaking things up in its second official call, starting with accelerators. This week, the...
NIC Argentina has announced that it will now start charging for .ar website domains. Is it a move against cybersquatting or another scheme to get cash fast?
VivaReal has quietly picked up an additional US$12.75 in VC funding from Dragoneer Investment Group – proof that its renewed Brazil focus is working out.
While cell phone penetration rates in Latin America are high, smartphones are still lacking – and the country-by-country breakdown may leave you surprised.
Brazil's Qranio says it now has a valuation of R$20 million (US$8.25 million). Company CEO Samir Iásbeck discusses his expectations and what's next.
Kaszek Ventures has raised US$135 million for its second fund. What do previous picks say about what could be next for LatAm's leading VC?
Out of Brazil, TimoKids is an application that features stories teaching children some of life's most important lessons.
Brazilian online delivery startup iFood has received a new investment from Movile and acquired a competitor. This year, it hopes mobile will keep it ahead.
Chase Coleman is investing in Brazilian e-commerce, and Carlos Slim is going the way of online education. What these billionaire bets say about LatAm tech.
With an office in São Paolo, Bessemer Venture Partners is actively seeking out opportunities in Latin America. Brian Feinstein discusses the firm's work.