They sure know how to get the media’s attention. How could they not? With great products and inspiring stories, the Start-Up Chile participants are making quite some noise these days.
On Thursday, SUP + NXTP Labs and Naranya Labs are taking the best of the best LatAm startups to demo in Silicon Valley! The Demo session will take place in the middle of “LatAm Invades Silicon Valley” and sure you shouldn´t miss out! Learn more about the event via Pulso Social. Admetricks is a Chilean startup that will be pitching and got featured by El Mercurio this week.
Because of their awesome performance at TechCrunch Disrupt, Regalii is getting attention on their blog. This startup is disrupting the way people send money abroad, definitely raises eyebrows!
Start-Up Chile’s founder, Nicolás Shea, visited Italy and joined the workshop “The European House – Ambrosetti” and shared his vision. He reflected on Italy’s conditions to become a tech hub, and shared his train of thought when designing the Start-Up Chile program. Make sure to read this one!
Horacio Melo, SUP’s Executive Director, attended TechCrunch Disrupt SF and got inspired: he writes about the possibility of having events like that here in LatAm. Check out his piece at FayerWayer!
Hoy x Hoy newspaper in Chile is publishing about self tracking and apps that help you count calories, expenditures, etc. Read the piece, here!
Female entrepreneurs make quite some noise here in Chile. About a 20% on women entrepreneurs in the country are girls. Not a perfect number, but definitely a higher stat than what’s usual. Revista Ya featured several awesome local women in technology on Tuesday, and Start-Up Chile girls get some great shout outs! Read the story, here!
Start-Up Chile and municipalities are signing up agreements of collaboration that, we hope, benefit tons of entrepreneurs who may or may not be focusing on tech, but have found in SUP’s entrepreneurs tools and knowledge that are good for them. At the end of the day, that’s all what we are about: we want to change this nation with the contacts, experiences, knowledge and inspirations the Start-Up Chile entrepreneurs can share with others. Lear more about our work with Municipality of Lo Barnechea, here!
Also, supper Balaraman Lakshmanan published a piece sharing pros and cons about Start-Up Chile for those applying from India. Make sure to read it if its your case!
We hope to have tons of applicants from Dubai! The National is publishing about Start-Up Chile and meetups will be hosted over there!
Nearshore Americas posted a nice text reflecting on Chile’s commitment to innovation. Start-Up Chile is, of course, mentioned.
Nibu and their great solutions to offer free WiFi but while making it commercially viable got featured by El Mercurio. Kuddos, team! Read the story, here!
They also wrote about accelerators, which are becoming more and more well-known in the country. Horacio Melo, SUP’s Executive Director, shared his vision about them, here.
The Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum is coming to Chile for the very first time thanks to the awesome work lead by Start-Up Chile entrepreneurs. Check it out here! Diario Pulso is also publishing about the event this week.
Diario Pulso is launching a new section devoted to innovation and entrepreneurship. Great news! Their first issue talks about Chile and its efforts to lead innovation in LatAm. As you can expect, Start-Up Chile get more than just a few shout outs in their articles. Read them here!