Its another week at Start-Up Chile and its another round of awesome press coverage.
Chris Campbell, founder at Review Trackers, is blogging at FayerWayer. He is writing about how can an entrepreneur get inspiration from Michael Jordan!
CNN Chile aired a piece on failure and entrepreneurship, where Chilean suppers behind Edoome and Nibu got to share about their experiences and learning process. Horacio Melo, SUP´s director, made an emphasis on how failure is one of the deepest lessons that will boost your chances to succeed in the future. Watch the pice below!
Babelverse and Outtrippin´rocked out Monday with their appearance at TechCrunch. It is quite an awesome piece because its not your average blah-blah on business milestones, but a pretty in-depth piece on the challenges a global startup faces when it comes to immigration regulations. Make sure to check it out: both startups deal with these issues from very different places, but both are affected by a sometimes too tight system. Piece HERE!
Student Loan Hero is on TechCrunch! They´ll help you not only with keeping track of your loans, but also with the mission of getting rid of them for once and for all. Read more about what they can do for you, here.
Remember ComparTeVe? The team decided to chage the startup´s name to KienVe and they have big news: KienVe will be used during “Festival de Viña del Mar”, Chile´s biggest music festival. Read about that HERE.
Horacio Melo, SUP´s Director, is blogging again at FayerWayer!
Nathan Lustig and Enrique Fernández are relaunching their entrepreneurship class in Antofagasta and Santiago. If interested, you can apply until March 1st! Pulso Social is talking about them.
Chilean startup insiders.cl got featured by Canal 13 last week. Did you watch that?
Pic by Binuri Ranasinghe on Flickr