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Insurtech company Crabi receives seed investment led by Kaszek
Crabi, a Mexican insurtech startup, announced that it received $4 million in seed investment led by Kaszek Ventures. Created by former executives of Mercado Libre, Kaszek invests in Latin American companies with strong tech support that are situated in industries with growth potential. Among its most successful investments are Mexican unicorns Kavak and Bitso, and […]
Investment in Latin American BNPL startups is increasing
Unbanked Latin Americans are finding a solution in “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) startups to buy in interest-free months
Flapz to launch private flights marketplace in Chile and Mexico
Contxto – Private jet marketplace Flapz wants to spread its wings into new countries. Five entrepreneurs launched the startup in Colombia in July of this year. It then began channeling flights through its platform in August. And within that time it’s seen enough to determine that it wants to scale and quickly. Correspondingly, Flapz wants […]
Tourism is dead, long live travel! How wanderlust just got a whole lot better
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 crippled an entire industry in a way no Trump tweet or Kylie Jenner Insta-story could’ve ever done. There are now two […]
The Complete List of Latin American Unicorns [Updated 2020]
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, […]
Rappi raises over US$300 million
Contxto – It’s official: Rappi is raising big funds. We’d previously reported that the Colombian unicorn had rallied US$155.8 million as per a recent SEC filing. But the startup, via press release confirmed today (24) that it raised more than US$300 million. It’s worth pointing out that within the aforementioned SEC document, the startup is […]
Foodtech Let’s Eat “cloud canteen” decentralizes workplace eating for those who can’t home office
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. […]
Jefa looks to smash the “glass vault” of banking for women Latin America
Contxto – When it comes to money, the world tends to have a male-oriented mindset. You can blame marketing and general prejudice for that. Factor in income inequality and women take the back seat when it comes to financial products specifically tailored to them. But Jefa, an up-and-coming challenger bank, is preparing to challenge the […]
What a pet startup bonanza says about the state of Latin America
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 – You may think a deep-dive into pet startups—pettech—in Latin America might be a bit on the niche side. But, consider this: What […]
Fintech Quanto closes US$15 million to give open banking power to the people
Contxto – Brazil will begin rolling out its open banking regulations as of next November. And as the date rolls closer, more funding rounds for startups in open banking are being announced. Case in point is São Paulo-based fintech Quanto who this week disclosed it raised US$15 million. Itaú Bank and Bradesco led the investment […]