Personal finance management solution GuiaBolso strikes a nerve in Brazil, and both consumers and investors have noticed.
Joincube has announced a new US$500,000 investment round from U.S. angel investors to expand throughout the Latin American market.
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.
A new private investment fund is launching today to disrupt the startup ecosystem in Chile and throughout Latin America: Magma Partners.
At eMerge Americas 2014, NXTP Labs and naranya*LABS announced an alliance to invest in and accelerate startups in Latin America – specifically, Mexico.
Last week, we at PulsoSocial put the spotlight on Jamaica's tech scene, Bidu's latest investment, and a pretty intimidating mobile spying product.
After over a decade in tech, Ariel Muslera has taken a step back to learn and share his thoughts on Latin America's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Following the announcement of a US$8.9M funding round led by Amadeus Capital, Bidu CEO Eldes Mattiuzzo talks raising capital and online insurance in Brazil.
In an effort to consolidate Latin America’s angel investment network, FOMIN has launched Xcala. Susana García Robles discusses the details.
Last week, we tackled some big stories in Latin America’s tech scene, from a look at eBay’s LatAm playbook to an analysis of Bitcoin’s regional prospects.
With a presence in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, beauty e-commerce startup FancyBox is the latest addition to the Startup Stock Exchange.
The Latam Startups Conference is set to take place in September, connecting Latin American entrepreneurs with Canadian investors.
Spain-based Gigas has received an additional US$2.7 million in funding and plans to use the capital to accelerate growth in Latin America.
Last week was an especially eventful one in Latin America’s tech scene, from investments in Brazil to the rise and fall of Popcorn Time. Here's the recap.
Brazilian e-commerce startup Bebê Store has landed a US$12.3 million investment from Atomico and W7 Brazil Capital.