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Brazil's leading investment fund manager in technology, Confrapar has an excellent track record, with more than 20 companies in the portfolio. The manager has the experience of more than 100 shareholders, a select group of investors distributed among different segments, in the technology, media and telecommunications industries. Among the quota holders are family offices, corporate ventures, funds of funds, banks and Brazilian and foreign development agencies.
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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 […]
Fintech Zetra closes investment for nearly US$5 million to expand SalaryFits
Contxto – Brazilian tech fund Confrapar announced last week an investment in Belo Horizonte-based fintech Zetra for R$200 million (almost US$5 million). Zetra will use these funds to expand in its native Brazil and abroad through its international spin-off, SalaryFits. Specifically into Colombia, Spain, and the United States. Users can currently find SalaryFits in India, […]
Brazilian Fielo raises US$7 million for its Salesforce-native platform to manage customer loyalty programs
Contxto – Fielo—loyalty and incentives management application from Brazil—received US$7 million in funding in its recent round from Lorinvest and Confrapar. The startup plans to further expand into the United States and Brazil. Competition is thick in all industries; that’s just a fact of business. However, building customer loyalty is increasingly in the limelight. This […]
Kviv Ventures invests R$5 million in Nutrebem to help combat childhood obesity
Contxto – Nutrebem, the school cafeteria payment system from Brazil, landed R$5 million (around US$1.33 million) from Kviv Ventures to help combat children’s obesity. With this third investment round for the company, Kviv joins the cap table next to other stockholder’s, such as Confrapar and Barn Investimentos. This is Kviv’s fifth investment. Currently, the company […]