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EmCasa closes US$3.5 million to consolidate real estate platform in São Paulo and Rio
Contxto – Real estate startup EmCasa closed R$20 million (~US$3.5 million) with Monashees, Caravela Capital, Pear Ventures, NBV, and the Mercado Livre (MELI) fund. The investment will serve two objectives. The first is to scale within São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Secondly, it will improve its algorithm for recommending real estate properties. When it […]
Mottu raises US$2M to solve logistics startup deathtrap. Its answer? Delivery B2C
Contxto – Brazilian motorcycle delivery as a service, Mottu, raised a pre-Series A round worth US$2 million this month. The investors were Allievo Capital, Caravela Capital, Fundação Estudar, and angels. The news was kept under wraps until now. Contxto got in touch with Allievo Capital co-Founders, Guilherme Queiroz and Matheus Baldi, to discuss the nature […]
The Ultimate Guide to Venture Capital in Brazil [Updated 2020]
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 […]
Logistics startup LogComex raises US$583,000 through Caravela Capital and Invest Tech
Contxto – Importing or exporting goods calls for jumping through a lot of hoops. This is because there are multiple participants involved in getting cargo from “point A” to “point B”. As a result, information-gathering and tracking products becomes a nightmare-ish process. These trends help explain why logistics startup LogComex and its Big Data platform have […]