The company's three-pronged technology includes creating ideal environment for the shrimp, remote operations management and AI-powered automation to monitor and feed them.
Kolors is following a model that it describes as “if Uber and Southwest Airlines had a baby," providing a technology layer to bus operators to help them operate more smoothly.
Arrenda’s proprietary technology enables landlords in Mexico to advance up to a year of future lease receivables in 24 hours or less.
Mexico-based startup Vivanta lives at the intersection of healthcare and APIs. Its focus is health data, with an eye on the fact that wearables are becoming ubiquitous.
Mexico City-based digital bank Klar has raised $70 million in equity funding at a valuation of $500 million, the startup announced today. The raise follows a period of hypergrowth for the company. Kla
Founder and CEO Ralf Wenzel, discussed, according to him, why his company’s grocery delivery model is doing better than most.
Now flush with new capital, the company plans to launch some embedded financial products for the independent workers using its marketplace.
Justo enables customers in Latin America to buy groceries directly from its website or app and get them delivered to their location of choice.
As more banking, e-commerce and insurance startups work to improve the way business is done in emerging countries, it should come as no surprise that this winter’s Y Combinator batch is rife with re
The company develops secured loans for motorcycles, cars and trucks so borrowers can improve their income.
99minutos, a logistics service company for e-commerce vendors across Latin America, is making fast work out of attracting funding. It announced today $82 million in Series C funding, led by Oak HC/FT,
Riogrande plans to have about 30 brands under its umbrella.
ParrotConnect is a point-of-sale software for restaurants enabling them to digitize and take advantage of the home delivery boom to accelerate growth.
Founder Alán Jaime Misrahi grew up devoted to soccer, eventually playing in Mexico’s third division. While he didn’t necessarily make it to the “big leagues” playing the sport, his new co
Kueski, a Mexico City-based “buy now, pay later” and online consumer lender, announced today it has secured $202 million in equity and debt funding. StepStone Group (which recently acquired Greens
Meru customers can select and purchase products in minutes with a guarantee from the company that they will receive those products and at the best market prices.
The Seaya Cathay Latam Fund will invest in between 12 to 15 companies and will write check sizes of between $5 and $10 million.
Cubbo touts itself as the only company that can take an order up to 5 p.m and get it out in Mexico City the same day.
We sat down with Chu to discuss govtech, why cities must be proactive about new forms of mobility, and how the private and public sectors can come together to create a comprehensive mobility system.
The company is now profitable and grew over 300% in revenue last year. It now serves over 50,000 customers and makes more than 1.5 million deliveries a month.