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Linc is the mobile platform that connects students and academic and artistic tutors instantly. Expert tutors in their teaching area have the possibility to share their knowledge in exchange for an income through the provision of face-to-face tutoring while students, those who seek to improve their academic performance or expand their knowledge can find the ideal tutor of fast, safe and accessible way in order to learn.
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3 positive tips to emerge a stronger startup from this crisis
[wd_hustle id=”InArticleOptin” type=”embedded”/] Contxto – I feel it’s all been doom and gloom over the past few weeks. I mean, it’s not like the media isn’t full of sad images and terrible news. Just in this ecosystem we’ve seen, mass firings, botched lay-offs, and the sudden coming of a capital winter. Therefore, I was glad […]
Latin American startups versus Covid-19
[wd_hustle id=”InArticleOptin” type=”embedded”/] Contxto – It’s official: as of last week we implemented home office at Contxto. Fortunately, we’ve worked from home every Thursday since we launched last year, so we already know how to operate seamlessly without having to be physically near each other. Not everyone will have the same luck though. For this […]
Buda.com sets example reducing CO2 emissions. So, who’s next?
[wd_hustle id=”InArticleOptin” type=”embedded”/] Contxto – Chilean cryptocurrency exchange platform Buda.com is stepping up its game. Although this time around it’s not a matter of scaling or an additional feature. But rather it’s setting a good example in terms of caring for the environment. This week, the startup announced it’s modified its operations and received the […]
Nubank wants you to know its newest credit card is really, really Mexican
[wd_hustle id=”InArticleOptin” type=”embedded”/] Contxto – Nubank is a Brazilian neo-bank giant. It claims to be not only the biggest credit provider in Latin America, but rather one of the biggest worldwide. It certainly has the numbers to prove it, with over 22 million customers under its belt. However, on launching its credit card in Mexico, […]
Brazil slaps Facebook with US$1.6 million fine for data misuse
Contxto – Facebook in Brazil ended 2019 with a US$1.6 million fine from the country’s Ministry of Justice and Public Security. According to a briefing from last week, the social media giant was a co-participant in data misuse. Specifically, it allowed user’s data to be shared with a third-party application called “thisisyourdigitallife.” News reports brought […]
Mercado Libre and PayPal to join forces in Mexico and Brazil
Contxto – Each chose their own different platform, but the effect was the same. These simple actions both describe how a new alliance between Argentinian online commerce company, Mercado Libre, and PayPal will work, as well as how the announcement was made. First, the manner of the announcement: Made on the penultimate day of the […]
Kiwi Campus seeks to expand to 12 more college campuses
Contxto – Kiwi Bot, the Colombian delivery startup based in the United States, is currently experimenting with a different operational approach, according to TechCrunch. For that matter, it plans to expand its food delivery services across U.S. college campuses. In Summary In hopes of launching to 12 more U.S. college campuses, the CEO and co-founder, […]
Latam Startup Ecosystem 2018: The good, the bad and the ugly!
Contxto – So, 2018 was quite interesting. This year we saw Dr. Dre lose a lawsuit against an actual doctor named Drai. We also saw a Robot run for mayor in a Japanese city. But above all, a lot of great things happened in the Latin American startup ecosystem. It was a year of big […]