The new funding will enable the company to expand its automotive credit and insurance products and introduce new features.
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Founders want to know what new technology can do, but an investor is much more likely to ask about which specific problems it solves.
The conversational commerce company developed a customer relationship management tool that provides customizable columns and sales funnel automation for sales made via WhatsApp and other social media.
Devolut enables merchants a returns option that doesn’t require boxes or labels. It also provides a network of “city points” where consumers can go to return merchandise.
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Wonder Brands has since launched over 15 brands in the past 12 months and over 2,000 SKUs in the categories of home and garden, sports and fitness and beauty and personal care categories.
Since its launch two years ago, ConfiAbogado has grown its client base to over 250 new clients each month.
CB Insights released its Q2 State of Fintech report last week, and unsurprisingly, global funding in the space was down — plunging by nearly half to $7.8 billion, its lowest level since 2017. Bu
InvGate works with enterprise and mid-size companies, offering a SaaS solution to streamline their IT operations.
Once an acquisition is in the works, it’s natural for founders to start safeguarding their newfound wealth.
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Clivi is making a balance between humans and technology by connecting patients with doctors and enabling them to access monitoring and treatment plans via their communication channel of choice.
Online merchants upload their product catalog to nocnoc’s platform and can start selling instantly on some of Latin America's top marketplaces.
With the new fund, Positive Ventures intends to invest in between 20 and 25 companies at the pre-seed and seed levels.
Kapital's platform gives small and medium-sized businesses across Latin America a way to see their finances in one place.
For all the talk about emerging markets and their similarities, moves involving African startups expanding to Latin America are rare. Only two significant activities come to mind recently: Migo’s ex
Senzai’s technology measures impact, experimentation and optimization to determine which sales campaigns will appeal to customers.
Small businesses in Latin America got another boost in lending support with the investment of $4 million in Kala, a Colombia-based company building fintech infrastructure for lending. The company, co-
When SoftBank announced in 2019 that it had allocated $5 billion to investing in Latin American startups, it felt like an inflection point for the region. And then when the Japanese investment conglom