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Apperto provides social and transactional digital solutions to inhabitants of cities that are currently underserved. The company seeks to digitally connect people from small and medium-sized cities through an application with multiple functions, helping to enhance their lives and collaboratively contributing to developing their communities. Through Apperto app, users can connect with shops and friends in their city to buy food, pay with their cell phones, chat, and have everything they need in one place. It is currently available in 20 cities in Argentina.
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Apperto wants to be the super app of small cities in Latin America
Contxto – Despite startups’ constant preaching of “democratizing access to this” and “inclusion of that,” many are guilty of only running operations in large-sized cities. But that’s valid, they’re running a business after all. However, that only widens the infamous “digital divide” between large-scale metropolis and less-populated areas. What’s more, they see a profitable opportunity […]
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Finnovista announces fresh batch of startups for Startupbootcamp Scale Fintech in Mexico City
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Argentine funds come together to discover new unicorn
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