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The Complete List of Latin American Unicorns [Updated 2020]

4 weeks ago

Contxto – With Latin America growing as an important axis for the entrepreneurship ecosystem, hardly a day goes by without a breaking news story about a regional startup funding round. And even more frequently, new unicorns in Latam. At Contxto, we’re always trying to showcase what’s going well in Latin America. With the same purpose, […]

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

4 weeks ago

Contxto – We already talked about the hottest startups among LinkedIn users in Mexico this week. Now, it’s Brazil’s turn. Remember that, when it comes to its top startup rankings, the social network for professionals factors in variables like employee growth, jobseeker interest rates, as well as engagement levels between startups and their employees. And […]

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Last-mile revolution: The restaurants taking on the delivery establishment

1 month ago

Welcome to our new The Exclusive deep dive content about our Latin American ecosystem. We’re giving our registered newsletter users a sneak-peek of these soon-to-be paid for articles. powered by Typeform Contxto – Covid-19 made restaurants real sick—of established last-mile delivery options. Now, in a bid to cut out the middle-app, restaurants and tech are […]

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Canary, Norte Ventures, and angels invest US$1 million in Rapicare

3 months ago

Contxto – Coronavirus has exposed not just our physical wellbeing. It’s also revealed the weaknesses within healthcare systems and supply chain. Case and point are small-sized clinics who are scrambling to stay provisioned. To add some efficiency and transparency to the process, Brazilian logistics startup Rapicare recently closed a seed investment for R$5 million (~US$1 […]

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Food delivery startup, Tu Orden, to formalize ties with 1,000 couriers

3 months ago

Contxto – Colombian logistics startup Tu Orden is taking a different approach when it comes to its food delivery app. Unlike other platforms like Uber Eats or Rappi, it wants to legally treat its couriers as employees. Correspondingly, Tu Orden announced it will add 1,000 couriers to its payroll by the end of September. They’ll […]

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Movile announces undisclosed investment in Mensajeros Urbanos

3 months ago

Contxto – Latin America has been quickly embracing e-commerce, courtesy of Covid-19. Though as exciting as it sounds, it’s putting logistics startups to the test. But one Colombian enterprise is rising to the challenge and raising some funds along the way. Last Tuesday (7), Colombian logistics startup Mensajeros Urbanos announced it wrapped up an investment […]

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

3 months ago

Contxto — The private equity sector has been progressing rapidly in Brazil. With economic stability firmly established, dropping interest rates, and low country risk, the local market is already an attractive option for venture capital in Brazil. However, storm clouds gather ahead. Brazil was going through rough economic waters even before the Covid-crisis. We shan’t […]

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Third time’s a charm? Delivery workers in Latin America organize strike

3 months ago

Contxto – Once again food delivery platform couriers on strike. Little over a month ago they’d protested and orders on apps slowed with less workers available to take up orders. Couriers from Costa Rica, Guatemala, Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina were called today (1) to cease operations and hit the streets to challenge the […]

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Despite setbacks, SoftBank says it still has faith in its Latin American startups

5 months ago

Contxto – To say that 2020 has been a tough year for Japanese investor, SoftBank, is an understatement. Its first US$100 billion Vision Fund may very well be its last, as it acknowledged a US$18 billion loss for its recent fiscal year last Monday (18). The struggle for profitability, coupled with coronavirus has put some […]

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Rappi, Glovo, and PedidosYa will have to abide by new Argentine regulations

7 months ago

Contxto – The last-mile delivery industry has been a rollercoaster of ​​emotions and conflicts for Latin America. To all this, Argentina has decided to join the countries that are taking regulatory actions for digital platforms. The startups that operate in Argentina, such as Glovo, Rappi, and PedidosYa, will have to adjust to this new regulatory […]

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