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Amazon is quietly conquering its own website with a white label strategy similar to Mercadona’s

If something Amazon has taught us is that it is able to reinvent itself according to the times. Its white Solimo brand is proof of this, especially when imitating Nespresso coffee capsules. Curious, at least the similarities with the white Mercadona brand, Hacendado. The company that started with Jeff Bezos…

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A few days after the elections, what do international referents think about the future of the Argentine fintech segment

A few days after the elections, what do international referents think about the future of the Argentine fintech segment Despite the complex economic and political landscape of 2019, Fintech references in the region welcome the future of the Argentine market At least from the point of view of entrepreneurs from…

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San Francisco wants to attract more start-ups in Latin America

Two out of 10 Latino businesses in the United States operate in the state of California, according to Stanford University. But there are still regions of the entity, such as San Francisco Bay, little explored by the Latin American community, says Jolynn Vallejo, director of LatinSF, an initiative focused on…

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Complete Guide on Venture Capital in Latin America (main actors by country and reports on the state)

In this article, we will show the current landscape of the venture capital industry in LATAM with the main actors of the countries where the entrepreneurship hubs of the region are located. We hope you find it useful 😉 According to the latest report on the state of the Venture…

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Why innovation in Startups is hard to achieve in Latin America?

Large companies in Latin America are not innovating enough and are lagging behind compared to the rest of the world, and Startups are embedding themselves in a tough field. Companies in the region are 20% less likely to introduce a new product compared to those operating in other developing countries…

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