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A Latin America Network Takes Root in Silicon Valley

A Latin America Network Takes Root in Silicon Valley

Not surprisingly, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have had an important hand to play in the development of many Latin American technology and IT companies, and the trend is showing no signs of slowing down. The rapid pace of technological development and ...

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Crowd Funding: A Better Tool to Pump Life Blood into Start-Ups

Crowd Funding: A Better Tool to Pump Life Blood into Start-Ups

Although I normally write about managing outsourcing, increasingly I get involved with finding niche alternatives for smaller targeted initiatives. Often with an infrastructure and an imagination in place there are infinite possibilities. Crowd funding is one of those initiatives. Crowd ...

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Mentoring “High Impact” Entrepreneurs: The Special Sauce that Stirs Endeavor’s Unique Formula

Mentoring “High Impact” Entrepreneurs: The Special Sauce that Stirs Endeavor’s Unique Formula

By Jon Tonti Mentorship is a critical component of any business accelerator or incubator although the maturity of the mentoring process seems to vary widely.  Endeavor Global, the well known organization borne to stimulate and motivate the world’s “high impact” ...

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Telefonica Bets Big on LatAm Startups with New VC Fund Network

By Narayan Ammachchi Spanish telecom giant Telefonica is setting up a network of venture capital funds to support technology start-ups in several Latin American countries. The telecom operator said it has agreed to make an initial investment of EUR68 million ...

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Private Equity Investors Swarm in on Mexico, Seeking LatAm Diversification

Private Equity Investors Swarm in on Mexico, Seeking LatAm Diversification

By Luke Bujarski Mexico is the ‘hot’ LATAM private equity (PE) market to watch in 2012 according to Cate Ambrose, President of the Latin America Venture Capital Association (LAVCA). As a follow up to her recent executive brief on Mexico’s ...

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