Jalisco companies that offer technological solutions are targeted by Silicon Valley investment funds.
The big exchanges that previously only invested in the United States, now turn to Latin America, especially to Guadalajara, said Jolynn Vallejo, director of LatinSF, a public-private initiative that connects Latin America with San Francisco, California to create a bridge of development economics.
Jolynn Vallejo stressed that this is a great opportunity for Tapatias startups, that have a team with the track record, and financial viability.
If you have a technological solution to a problem, companies must dream big and be prepared to convince investors.
The director of LatinSF participated in the Balero Day and there she recommended to the entrepreneurs not to ask for small amounts to these funds, which only invest in projects with large projections.
These investors bet in millions of dollars if they see possibilities of a quick return.