Here’s the 10th batch of 500 Startups LatAM startups

500 Startups LatAm has announced its 10th batch of startups, having received 1420 applications for the selective program.

The accelerator will be investing $60,000 USD in 11 companies. The startups selected for this batch come from Mexico, Argentina, Chile and Colombia.

Said René Lomelí, Director of the Accelerator Fund, “Latin American entrepreneurs continually show us how vibrant our region is in terms of generating business and opportunities.”

“As a fund we have the great fortune to evaluate thousands of companies and to work hand in hand with highly talented entrepreneurs who have the capacity to generate a positive impact on economic development,” added Mr. Lomelí.

In addition to the investment, the entrepreneurs selected will receive a 16-week acceleration program at the 500 Startups LatAM office in Mexico City.

Said Didier Quiroz, Venture Partner at 500 Startups, “We believe our program will have a great impact in areas such as marketing, operations and finance, preparing our entrepreneurs to raise subsequent rounds of capital, and above all in helping to create businesses with sustained growth that have the potential to be industry leaders.”

500 Startups is a Silicon Valley investment fund aiming to find and invest in the most talented entrepreneurs in the world. The organization’s office for Latin America, which is based in Mexico City, has invested in over 150 companies.

Latin American startups are increasing receiving attention, with Viva Air recently launching the region’s first airline innovation lab, Viva Air Labs, led by Clyde Hutchinson.

Here are the startups from 500 Startups LatAm’s 10th batch:

AddShop (www.addshop.app): E-commerce for Latin America, where users earn by sharing.

AppHive (www.apphive.io): Web platform that allows you to create mobile applications without programming knowledge.

Baubap (www.baubap.com): Instant loans from your cell phone, without the need for documents or having to deal with exhausting processes.

Eat Well (www.comebien.mx): Service that employees can use to order healthy food to their offices.

DB Less (www.dbmenos.com): Solution enabling people with delinquent credit to liquidate them quicker and at better rates.

Etiner (www.etiner.com): Platform to plan trips quickly, easily and safely.

Little Bookmates (www.littlebookmates.com): Subscription service for children’s books to promote reading.

Net Worth Consulting (www.networth.mx): Service making financial planning an accessible product.

Slik (www.slikpro.com): Platform for measuring climate and work commitment.

Tourbitz (www.tourbitz.com): Software for tour operators that helps them boost sales.

Vico (www.getvico.com): Platform that helps with housing for medium-term stays for students and young professionals.

 

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