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Alternative protein startups are going mainstream in LatAm

1 week ago

*By Charlotte Paratre Instead of Chilean salmon, turkey from Mexico, or a fancy French cheeseboard, how about choosing a plant-based alternative for your holiday menu this year? You might have already given it a thought. Alternative protein (or alt protein) startups are booming worldwide: $3.1Bn were invested in this industry in 2020, representing more than […]

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Mexico and Argentina are key to the fintech momentum in LatAm

2 weeks ago

*By Chloé Novène **Data shown here was last updated on October 1st, 2021 So far, 2021 has been a crazy record year in terms of fundraising for tech companies all across LataAm –especially in fintech. So what’s the current status of the fintech VC industry in the region?  A few numbers to start Going back […]

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A fintech company may be the next LATAM unicorn

2 months ago

Of the 79 Latin American startups with a valuation of over $100M, almost 40% belong to the fintech industry. In terms of representation, this makes it more likely that a startup from this sector will become the next regional unicorn. The Soonicorn Club map was identified by ALLVP Research, the intelligence unit of early-stage investment […]

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Softbank is confident in the potential of LATAM Startups

2 months ago

Two years after the launch of the Latin America Fund I, Softbank Group Corp. has announced $3 billion more for the Latin America Fund II. This adds up to a total of $8 billion that the Japanese investing conglomerate has committed to the region. Since the creation of the LatAm Fund I in 2019, Softbank […]

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Fintech a55 snags US$2M to scale lending solutions to SaaS businesses

1 year ago

Contxto – Five months later and once again fintech a55 raised funding. This week, the lending startup announced it closed US$2 million through E3 Negócios. It will use the investment to expand its team from 60 people to an eventual 100 by next year.  Last May, a55 announced it closed US$5 million through Santander InnoVentures […]

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) startups from Mexico (beta)

1 year ago

Our ecosystem is on the move and so are our Market Maps. Don’t get caught off guard and sign up for this, and even more, content moving to our upcoming premium platform, New Money: powered by Typeform Contxto – The concept behind what logistics startups in Mexico do may seem easy to glean at first. […]

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Uber Jump ditched Mexico City, wanted to dump its bikes. One charity had other plans

1 year ago

Contxto – From the ashes of Uber Jump Mexico City bikes, emerges an unexpected micro-mobility phoenix. Bicitekas—a Mexican bike-centric charity—announced yesterday that they had saved 1,500 electric bikes previously destined for destruction. It was World Car Free Day. It is rare to see the pandemic give us a happy twist ending, but even we hadn’t […]

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Santander InnoVentures re-brands as Mouro Capital and gains US$400M for startups

1 year ago

Contxto – Santander InnoVentures, the investment arm of Spanish bank Santander, is undergoing some serious innovations of its own.  On Friday (11), it announced that it’s re-branded into Mouro Capital. Furthermore, it’s not just a matter of name-changing. It’s also shaking up the way it will approach entrepreneurs and funding in general. And to kick […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Venture Capital in Brazil [Updated 2020]

1 year ago

Contxto — The private equity sector has been progressing rapidly in Brazil. With economic stability firmly established, dropping interest rates, and low country risk, the local market is already an attractive option for venture capital in Brazil. However, storm clouds gather ahead. Brazil was going through rough economic waters even before the Covid-crisis. We shan’t […]

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Is micro-mobility dead? Latin America and the future of scooters

1 year ago

Contxto – It doesn’t take more than a day in Mexico City, Bogota, or Lima to realize that Latin America has a serious chronic traffic illness. It is for that reason that micro-mobility offered the region a new opportunity; a new way for Latin Americans to move around. Most cities in the region aren’t well […]

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