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Techstars and Western Union Accelerator Convene Latin American Fintech Startups for the 2021 Acceleration Program
This program for fintech startups is led by mentors and takes place in 13 weeks, in which it is possible to connect entrepreneurs with up to 100 of the best fintech mentors within the Western Union ecosystem and other recognized experts worldwide.
These are the Latin Startups That Are Impacting the Different Industries in the Region
Driven by the pandemic, entrepreneurs want to be part of the solution.
Having No Experience Doesn't Mean You Can't Start a Business
Be strong and plow on, and it can be immensely rewarding.
Free Webinar | Mar. 18: Raising Capital After 2 Years of Business: Do's and Don'ts
Join Mark J. Kohler, CPA & Small Business Attorney, as he discusses the options for raising capital and the do's and don'ts.
Why Are Venture Capitalists Still Funding Mostly White, Male Entrepreneurs?
A virtual roundtable discussion with three architects behind the recent, revealing "Diversity in U.S. Startups" report.
How to establish a transnational startup in Mexico?
Mexico is the most attractive market to start a startup in Latin America, this due to the large size of its internal market.
EdTech Startups Can Help You With One of Your Resolutions for the Year: Acquire New Skills and Competencies
Digital education platforms have gained ground year after year, in addition to being a global trend.
The Mexican App Bridgefy Was Downloaded More Than a Million Times During the Myanmar Protests
The startup founded by Jorge Ríos, Diego García and Roberto Betancourt makes it possible for mobile applications to work without Wi-Fi connectivity.