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Tributi is a Colombian fintech start-up backed by Y Combinator. It is drastically reducing tax compliance friction for individuals in Latin America by automating tax filing preparation.
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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 […]
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 […]
Rede Vistorias closes US$1 million to scale survey platform for real estate industry
Contxto – Investing in real estate can be a high-stakes game. Consequently, it’s important that decision makers have every bit of data to ensure that that expensive apartment complex they’re buying is in the right neighborhood. But someone has to pick up on all those little details for them, and a startup doing just that […]
Amazon is scaling operations and services across Latin America
Contxto – E-commerce giant Amazon has been very busy in Latin America as of late. Earlier this month, it announced plans to open its biggest distribution center yet in Brazil. And this week it stated it would open 2,000 jobs in Colombia, mainly in customer service. Meanwhile in Mexico, it’s kicked off another payment option […]
Visa Everywhere Initative announces 10 startup finalists
Contxto – The Covid-19 pandemic and social-distancing measures have left a big dent on small and medium-sized businesses. To help them recover, this year’s Visa Everywhere Initiative competition, alongside Finnovista, focused on startups from Latin America helping these businesses bounce back. And this year it received over 300 applications, which was then shaved down to […]
Latin America’s startups are beating old and new Covid bureaucracy with legaltech
Contxto – If citizens in Latin America have a government-related issue to address, they have to jump through plenty of bureaucracy. To make matters worse, Covid-19 has put administrative offices in a fix. Social distancing means people can’t be cramped into waiting rooms as per their usual annoying protocol. In that sense, officials are sprinting […]
Repassa closes US$2 million to scale thrift store and save the planet
Contxto – Fast fashion is quickly draining our natural resources. According to the United Nations, almost 20 percent of global wastewater and 10 percent of global carbon emissions are produced by the fashion industry. So to help consumers stay trendy and consume in a more eco-friendly way, startup Repassa closed R$10 million (~US$2 million). Returning […]
Last-mile revolution: The restaurants taking on the delivery establishment
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 […]
Orchata: Why did this Mexican startup wait to announce it was in YC?
Contxto – Y Combinator is always full of excitement. However, we were all delightfully surprised on Demo Day after being privately contacted by a Mexican startup, Orchata. Turns out, they too had been selected for this year’s Summer Batch. Thus, the final YC tally stood at: The obvious question is, why did this Mexican startup […]
NotCo launches e-commerce site in São Paulo
Contxto – The Not Company—better known as NotCo—is on the move once again with another trick up its product-placement sleeve. It didn’t set off a PR-led fireworks show, mind you. However, it is an interesting divergence in its distribution strategy. Picking your distributors Giuseppe may be the AI chef behind NotCo’s creations, but the startup’s […]