Truora

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Truora provides fast, innovative, and safe solution in background checks and identity theft detection. The company's platform supports over 10,000 checks per hour. Through the company's technical and analytical skills, the company has a unique response capacity, ensuring that the user receives the best service. Truora 's clients include national and international retailers, banks, and marketplaces; providing custom made solutions to their human resources, risk and digital teams.

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Three factors to understand the success (and failure) of a startup

3 weeks ago

Today’s Soapbox opinion was written by Daniela Arias, co-Founder of Naranja Media Podcast and Empréndete Contxto – While many of us would like to be the next Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, or Mark Zuckerberg, the behind the scenes story of how a startup became a great company cannot be further from those first impressions of […]

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Truora’s “Talento Startup” platform connects job seekers with companies

5 months ago

Contxto – With Covid-19, startups are expanding into new territory. Truora is a Colombian startup that (under normal circumstances) develops software to run background checks. This service is usually for fintechs to validate a person’s digital identity. Likewise HR departments employ Truora’s services to verify a potential job candidate’s record. In short, fraud prevention is […]

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2 platforms for SMEs in Mexico to face economic slowdown (for free)

6 months ago

Contxto – Within the span of seven days, startups and associations in Mexico have worked to launch free solutions to encourage users to stay at home.  First, there’s a free e-commerce platform known as “AIUDA.org” for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to offer their goods.  Secondly, the local government in Mexico and startup Flight Academy […]

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Here’s how the Colombian government is managing coronavirus on the streets

6 months ago

Contxto – There are countries in Latin America that don’t want to take any chances with coronavirus (Covid-19). One prime example is Colombia. And that’s because its government mandated a 20-day quarantine period starting March 25 and ending on April 13. Although this doesn’t apply for everyone. Delivery workers, healthcare professionals, pharmacies, supermarkets, as well […]

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10 entrepreneurs from Colombia named tech and innovation ambassadors

7 months ago

Contxto – Countries are keen on using their most famous citizens to promote their image abroad. Sometimes it’s to show they’re a culturally rich country. And on other occasions, it’s a matter of drawing foreign direct investment. And that’s just what Colombia is trying to do. So alongside artists like Piso 21 and Sebastián Yatra, […]

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Top 11 startups in Colombia you can no longer ignore in 2020

7 months ago

Contxto – Rappi. There, I said it. And that’s the last time you’ll be reading that word on this article. As much merit as they deserve, so do many other startups in Colombia with much less exposure. You see, the most recognizable, most-successful Colombian startup has almost become a bit of a problem for the northern […]

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Top 7 Venture Capital funds in Chile

8 months ago

Contxto – You loved our Mexico venture capital (VC) ranking so now we’re back with more. Behold! Our list of top funds of Venture Capital in Chile, the perennial startup overachiever! Related article: Top 10 Venture Capital funds in Mexico You got my whole schpeel on what makes a VC tick in that past article […]

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All 58 Y Combinator Latin American startups

11 months ago

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Update: More Latin American startups entering Y Combinator’s Summer Batch 2019

1 year ago

Contxto – A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a story about Covela, a Mexican insurtech that recently became part of Y Combinator‘s portfolio and Summer Batch 2019. Then I wrote an article about some other five startups joining the batch. In retrospect, I must admit that I didn’t take a look at the other […]

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