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Social media trends that businesses should look out for in 2022
Social networks have become more than just channels for communicating with friends or family. They now allow users to know what is happening on the other side of the world in a matter of seconds and to consume content tailored to their needs and tastes. The success of these platforms has been such that there […]
Mexican e-commerce company Ben & Frank announces investment from L Catterton
The new capital will be used by Ben & Frank for expansion and acceleration in Mexico and all of Latin America.
The most promising fintech opportunities in LatAm
While placing an order through Mercado Libre, I was thinking that it is already very easy to pay on any e-commerce platform, no matter how big or small it is. This is because there are more fintech companies offering multiple payment solutions. This sector has been buzzing for more than 10 years, Rubén Galindo, CEO […]
Fintech startup Pomelo raises $35M Series A led by Tiger Global
Fintech company Pomelo had just raised a $9 million seed funding round a few months ago, but has already announced another investment round: a $ 35 million Series A led by Tiger Global Management. In addition to Tiger Global, a host of hedge fund firms also participated in the round, including Insight Partners, Index Ventures, […]
Conekta and Tiendanube create a strategy to boost SMEs sales
One of the recurring problems faced by bricks-and-mortar small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is to sell online. Not all of them can deal with the cost and friction of many e-commerce platforms and payment methods. This is precisely what has led Conekta, a Mexican payments company, and Tiendanube, an e-commerce storefront and logistics provider based […]
Delivery Hero acquires Salvadorean super app Hugo
After positioning itself in delivery, transportation, and fintech services in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Jamaica, it was announced that the German company Delivery Hero acquired Hugo’s operations for $150 million. The acquisition is a strategic move by both companies to boost their growth in Central America. “With the acquisition […]
Startup de s-commerce Neta levanta $4,9M en ronda liderada por Kaszek
Neta, a social e-commerce (s-commerce) company based in Mexico City, has announced the closing of a $ 4.5 million seed round led by Kaszek Ventures and with the participation of Founders Fund, Picus Capital, Next Play Ventures, Graph Ventures, Alter Global, among others. The Stanford-incubated startup was founded last March by Pablo Lagos, with the […]
More financial services for Gen Z coming to LATAM
What would you have done with a debit card before you became an adult? I think I would have used it to buy concert tickets online. Growing up, I had just a couple of financial services: savings account at the bank and a card that pretended to be a debit card, but really wasn’t. For […]
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 […]
Wareclouds, the Chilean collaborative logistics startup, to begin operations in Mexico
Since last year, Nicolas Aramayo and Arturo Quiroz had among their objectives that Wareclouds would reach the Mexican market. Now, their new investment round of $1.4 million will make it possible for the Chilean collaborative logistics startup to arrive in the country. “In Wareclouds we store and assemble your orders close to your customers so […]