Let's Eat Mx

img Monterrey, Mexico
11 - 50 employees

We put at your disposal our Let's Eat application, designed for offices during your lunch break. We offer quality solutions that fit your needs. Whether your team is back in the office or working from home, we have a solution for you.

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Foodtech Let’s Eat “cloud canteen” decentralizes workplace eating for those who can’t home office

1 month ago

Contxto – Let’s Eat, a foodtech “cloud canteen” that delivers personalized meals to office workers as an alternative to companies setting up their own canteens, has closed a pre-Series A round. The round was led by Fink Ventures, alongside EMAN (Emerging Markets Angel Network) and a handful of other strategic angel investors in the space. […]

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Covid revealed Latin America’s structural weakness—Good news for blockchain

1 month ago

Welcome to our new The Exclusive deep dive content about our Latin American ecosystem. Registered newsletter users can get a sneak-peek of these soon-to-be paid for articles. powered by Typeform Contxto – “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” It’s a cliché as old as time, but it tends to be best used by […]

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Covid endangers our ecosystem’s lifeblood: Latam’s middle class

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. Contxto – Here at Contxto we often focus on the supply side: What are startups, investors, and Founders doing to keep operations afloat? It is time now, […]

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Grow Mobility hopes to have cracked the right business model, launching Grin4U

5 months ago

Contxto – I love plot twists. And definitely the Grow Mobility saga isn’t over yet. After finding itself in a pretty turbulent position after having laid-off its Grin scooter delivery workers and performing a less than stellar exit, Grow is finding ways to reinvent itself. Due to the sanitary global crisis, micro-mobility products and services […]

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Fintech meets insurtech: a perfect marriage

10 months ago

This week we had our Morning Coffee with Maik Schaefer, Founder & CEO of Mango Life “It just didn’t feel like there was a fit” We are sitting with the Founder-CEO of one of the fastest-growing digital-banks in Mexico. They are adding a four-digit number of accounts per… day. Number of insurance contracts they have […]

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Mexican weex wallet is now Mibo and the neobank competition is heating up

10 months ago

Contxto – If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Or in the case of Mexican neobank, weex wallet, stay in the kitchen, change your name to Mibo and keep cooking. Following its name change, Mibo plans to launch two credit-related products within the next couple of weeks. Their particular focus will […]

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Crypto-remittances are rising, says Mexico’s Bitso

10 months ago

Contxto – Mexican crypto-exchange Bitso recently reported that remittance rates through cryptocurrencies are on the rise.  According to the startup’s founder, Daniel Vogel, within the last six months, the use of digital currency sent from Mexicans to loved ones back home has increased at a rate of 15 percent. Last week’s transfer in crypto amounted […]

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Latin America’s startup ecosystem is taking off, but it is not for the faint of heart

11 months ago

Guest author: Nima Pourshasb, CEO and co-founder of minu Contxto – It certainly does feel that, finally, the Latin America moment has arrived. Just this year, Latin American startups have raised US$1.6 billion, Brazilian Nubank became the most valuable digital bank in the world, and top global funds such as Softbank, QED, Sequoia and Andreessen […]

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Grin scooters return to Mexico City following short setback

1 year ago

Contxto – Talk about a fast comeback. Despite a spree of issues ranging from legal matters to theft, Grin scooters have formally returned to Mexico City. News broke out this morning over Twitter about the company’s second debut. As of August 21, Grin will resume operations in the posh northern neighborhood of Polanco in Mexico’s […]

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Fintech in Mexico and its evergrowing landscape

1 year ago

Written by: Roberto Aguilar and Fernanda Gutiérrez Contxto – If you are considering expanding your fintech startup to, or already have a fintech in Mexico, there is a variety of reasons why this would make sense. From new legislation to untapped market potential, Mexico is not only pioneering the fintech industry in Latin America but […]

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