Highlighting the budding entrepreneurial ecosystems from regions around the world.
Emerging Economies married Developed world in the largest ever Ecommerce deal that took place between US behemoth Walmart with Indian ecom player Flipkart. There was so much cash to the bank, everyone’s laughing!
The boost is so much that globally startup founders are more confident of their future! Alibaba is buying. So are VCs and other investors. Everyone’s going global! Also read on the case for electric scooters.
Anurag Maloo, our co-curator, is in Boulder this week. And still finding time to find some good articles to share! The Give First man.
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Seedstars World, the global seed-stage startup competition for emerging markets and fast-growing startup scenes is coming to India for the 5th time. With the support of the local partner Startup Safari and host WeWork Gurgaon, Seedstars will be holding a dynamic pitch event on May 18th at 3pm. The companies selected
American poet and civil-rights activist Maya Angelou’s immortal words, “In diversity, there is beauty and there is strength,” fit well with the cultural and industrial diversity of Southeast Asia. The diversity that is seen in the SEA markets is a magnet for investments.
Startups in Brazil, Latin America’s largest entrepreneurial ecosystem, are no longer solely focused on Brazil as their only frontier to conquer. Based on conversations with founders and in tracking the news, dozens of startups born in Brazil have realized they can compete on a global scale and expand their companies quickly by exporting their business models to other regional markets around the world, including Canada, Colombia, Europe, Japan, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S.
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