Kick off the week (and month) with a look at the top stories out of Latin America’s tech scene over the past seven days.
Marcos Pueyrredón talks with PulsoSocial about e-commerce in Latin America, the impact of mobile, and why the region's retailers still aren't online.
David Geisen of Dafiti Mexico talks the fashion e-commerce company's rise to the top in Latin America.
Brazil's startup scene has announced a number of deals this week, and we’re not just talking investments. There’s been some action on the M&A end, too.
From one BRIC country to another: CouponDunia, a leading coupon code startup out of India, has set its sights on Brazil with CupomWorld.
A picture is worth a thousand words. And for Olapic, six million dollars on top of that. Find out how the NYC startup got started and where it's going next.
Intellignos CEO Juan Manuel Damia talks web analytics, online marketing, and why businesses still aren't taking full advantages of the information online.
New entity IBOPE e-commerce has released initial data gathered on consumer behavior and trends in e-commerce in Brazil.
A look at retargeting, Facebook Exchange, and how to get convert consumers who have already demonstrated a real interest in a product or brand.
Brazil’s e-commerce community is about to get yet another boost, this time by way of a new partnership between PayPal and Intershop, announced today.
FormaFina, the first e-commerce platform for high-quality home décor in Latin America, has announced a hefty seed round.
Since its launch just two years ago, Dafiti has brought in US$225 million in investments.
Cristina Randall has had quite the varied trajectory living in Mexico. She is now at the helm of Conekta, the first payment API for developers in Mexico.
Fashion rental startup Dress & Go and wine e-commerce platform Epicerie, both out of Brazil, have announced investments this week.
With an estimated 510,000 motorcycles sold in Colombia last year, Medellin-based startup PaMotos is announcing a round of funding from Silicon Valley.