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Kezmo is a communication and collaboration tool for businesses and organizations. Not only does it allow users to chat in real time but also create, organize and assign tasks across the board. Think of it like Slack and Trello combined (with other perks).
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11 startups in Uruguay to keep an eye on in 2020
Contxto – We know d-Local and PedidosYa are some of the most funded startups in Uruguay, but they’re not the only companies with real value in the country. I feel like Uruguayan startups are like hidden creatures, but once you spot them, you start discovering more and more. Therefore, I searched far and wide, meditated […]
Uruguay government agency premiers entrepreneurship program, ProyectaUruguay
Contxto – Uruguay’s National Research and Innovation Agency (ANII) plans to debut a new program to attract more innovative entrepreneurs to the country. Affordable travel The campaign consists of a three-stage acceleration program, but it offers an interesting perk. Since selected founders will be required to travel and live in Uruguay for the duration of […]
16 must-have Latin American tech products
Contxto – Inspired by TechCrunch’s post series about Web 2.0 companies that Michael Arrington couldn’t live without, now I’m happy to share my own list of essential apps and sites. Since we’re a blog covering Latin American entrepreneurship and startups, though, I’ll focus exclusively on regional apps. Some of them are for business, some for […]
Latin America’s top 10 tech hubs ranking in 2019
Contxto – Based on the rankings of tech hubs published by StartupBlink in 2019, it appears as though 16 Latin American countries have landed in the global ranking. Upon careful analysis, there were some interesting developments. For example, Chile replaced Mexico as the regional leader in the tech world. At the same time, countries saw […]
Uruguayan startup, Kezmo, combines Slack and Trello all in one
Contxto – I like to consider myself to be the Mexican equivalent of Marie Kondo. That’s to say, I’m kind of an organization freak when it comes to managing an effective content publishing system. By now, making sure everything runs smoothly is a personal obsession. At Contxto, we’ve tried various organization tools including Excel, Google […]