Gonzalo Costa from NXTP Labs reveals market realities that have matured Latin American startups, as support from VC funds and national institutions create a new opportunity for the region’s entrepreneurs.
Brazil’s macroeconomic picture may be gloomy, but technology investors still see hope in the nation’s burgeoning technology sector — and a recent $124 million financing for the mobile conglomerate Movile is the latest proof that the pace of investment isn’t slowing down.
Investing in Latin America Startups – Nathan Lustig is an entrepreneur and Managing Partner at Magma Partners, a seed stage investment fund with offices in Santiago, Bogota, Mexico City, New York, and Beijing. What are your thoughts on the current investment landscape in Latin America? Do you see…
The TechCrunch crew is practically giddy to be heading to São Paulo, Brazil to host the inaugural Startup Battlefield Latin America on November 8, 2018. This is the first time we’ve hosted an event in Latin America, and we’re stoked to cover and support the region’s fast-growing startup scene.
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