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The VCs A5 Capital Partners and Inseed Investimentos created KPTL, a giant in the industry that is already born as the largest Venture Capital firm for funds domiciled in Brazil, with 46 investees, assets under management of near R$ 1 billion, and holding six offices from Manaus to Porto Alegre, as well as a base in the United States.
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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 […]
Brazilian startup Harmo has its eye on the feedback economy
Contxto – Reviewr, a startup that helps businesses manage their digital reputation has merged with Gorila, another Brazilian startup that’s all about measuring customer satisfaction. Together, they’ve created Harmo. Through this merger, Harmo will be fully focused on helping companies manage feedback and build on the consumer experience. In that sense, the Brazilian startup also […]
Marketing startup RankMyAPP ranks well with KPTL, raises investment
[wd_hustle id=”InArticleOptin” type=”embedded”/] Contxto – Large businesses and emerging startups alike are eager to attract users to their apps. But as the market floods with options, competition inevitably gets tougher. In that sense, RankMyAPP is a Brazilian startup that offers insights and marketing strategies to help its customers stand out in the app-filled crowd. And […]
New VC investment giant is born; say hello to Brazilian KPTL
Contxto – A venture capital (VC) giant emerges this week in Brazil. It’s name: KPTL. How it came to be was the result of São Paulo-based A5 Capital Partners buying 75 percent of Inseed Investimentos. Through this merger, KPTL now has around R$1 billion (approximately US$246 million) under management and 46 companies in its portfolio. […]