Manos Accelerator is here to stay and in search of its next batch of Latino-led startups, and Google for Entrepreneurs is along for the ride.
From an interview with Juan Pablo Cappello to LatAm entrepreneurs attacking NYC, here’s your chance to catch up on last week in LatAm tech.
Juan Pablo Cappello discusses why Latin America tech will fail to make an impact until entrepreneurs address the region's real, widespread problems.
The W2NYC Global Industry Challenge is in search of innovative companies in the arena of new manufacturing to travel to New York City this May.
Two major themes dominated the news last week in Latin America’s tech ecosystem: payments and the World Cup. Both represent major opportunities, albeit very...
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.
Payments in Latin America remain largely a problem to be solved. Many pieces of the puzzle are largely in place, but a number of gaps remain. Why?
BeGood has acquired fantasy soccer league TheFanLeague in preparation for the World Cup in Brazil.
AppUpper, a crowd review platform for mobile apps, helps companies get their products tested and reviewed in just 24 hours.
Ulmon, the company behind travel app CityMaps2Go, has closed a seed round. And though LatAm isn't its main market, it is on the radar – especially Brazil.
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.
MercadoLibre, the world’s number eight online retail platform, unveils its 2013 business metrics and lays out its strategic projects for the year ahead.
From PedidosYa’s arrival in its ninth market to Rockstart Accelerator’s selection of two Latin American startups for its next class, last week was an...
Reflections from a finance guy turned startup entrepreneur in Medellin.
Not one, but two, Latin American startups have been selected to join the latest Rockstart Accelerator class: Technorides and Bomberbots.