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Skydropx strengthens its e-logistics platform with a $20M investment round

1 month ago

Skydrop will allocate the capital to expand to LATAM, in countries such as Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Peru, where during the pandemic e-commerce grew 230%.

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Jaguar Ventures changes its name to Wollef and seeks capital for its third fund

1 month ago

Since 2014, the VC firm began to empower Mexican startups with an initial fund of $9.3 million. That amount increased to $22 million in 2019. Now known as Wollef, the firm has funded 31 companies. Of these, ten are Mexican, 19 are constituted elsewhere but has operations in the country, and two are established outside […]

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Conekta and Tiendanube create a strategy to boost SMEs sales

1 month ago

One of the recurring problems faced by bricks-and-mortar small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is to sell online. Not all of them can deal with the cost and friction of many e-commerce platforms and payment methods. This is precisely what has led Conekta, a Mexican payments company, and Tiendanube, an e-commerce storefront and logistics provider based […]

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Cometa (Variv Capital) wants to invest in health and education startups

2 months ago

Venture capital is looking for startups in these areas, which are software-based, to give them one of their first financial boosts

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LinkedIn’s 2020 top 10 startups to work for in Mexico

1 year ago

Contxto – Tech companies in Latin America compete not only to obtain a larger market share and investments. Attracting and retaining the best talent is also a key ingredient to success. And this week, LinkedIn published its ranking of top startups that people want to work at in Mexico.  LinkedIn crunches through a lot of […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Venture Capital in Mexico [Updated 2020]

1 year ago

Contxto – There is another, less explored, facet of the startup equation. Indeed, no idea gets far without the money to do the walking. This is where venture capitalists (VCs) come in. And as one would expect, Venture Capital in Mexico and the rest of Latin America is no exception. Oft the mighty presences behind […]

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Update: No e-wallets, no Fintech Law, Conekta remains a payment aggregrator

2 years ago

Contxto – It seems like Paypal wasn’t the only rebel on the block. In fact, out of the 400 fintech startups in Mexico, and the 120 eligible to be regulated under the Fintech Law, only 60 requested the authorization. While at first we thought that Conekta scrapped its e-wallet to ricochet strict requirements from Mexico’s […]

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LinkedIn’s Top 10 startups to work for in Mexico and Brazil

2 years ago

Contxto – The latest indicator that startups are taking Latin America by storm is a recent LinkedIn study. Since the social networking website operates in over 200 countries with more than 645 million business-savvy users, this past weekend it released its list of Top Startups where subscribers aspire to work in Mexico and Brazil. “These are […]

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Femsa acquires 30 percent of payment startup, Shopnet

2 years ago

Contxto – Last Monday, Femsa announced that it’ll be purchasing a 30 percent stake of Shopnet for an undisclosed amount. If you aren’t familiar with FEMSA, the Mexican multinational beverage and retail company operates the largest independent Coca-Cola bottling group in the world. It also owns the biggest convenience store chain in Mexico, the ubiquitous […]

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BBVA Bancomer sponsors 10th generation of 500 Startups Latam

2 years ago

Contxto – Calling all founders – time to update your pitch decks and pick up some new business cards. The 10th annual 500 Startups Latin America acceleration program backed by BBVA Bancomer is just around the corner. The 16-week training for nascent companies begins on April 1 in Mexico City with “Demo Day” scheduled in […]

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