Latin America has become a hotbed for innovation and entrepreneurship, and its startups are increasingly making a name for themselves on the global stage. From fintech to e-commerce to healthcare, these startups are using technology to solve complex problems and disrupt traditional industries.
In this article, we will highlight 10 Latin American startups that are standing out worldwide, and are making significant contributions to their respective industries. These startups are not only driving economic growth in the region, but they are also creating jobs and improving the quality of life for people across the globe.
Entrepreneur shared the list of startups selected by the "We are fighting" program, a project that, together with 500 global, seeks to support and boost companies throughout the region that stand out for having a technological component to grow.
Among more than 2,000 companies that applied, only 10 were selected for their potential seems to grow and become referents in the region in its different industries.
Alquila tu cancha: a platform developed in Argentina, which combines sport and technology to connect athletes and sports centers. It allows people to explore the courts available in real time and can reserve them instantly.
Blau Corp: This Mexican company aims to improve the efficiency and digitalization of garbage collection for governments and waste management companies.
Dataint: A platform developed Mexico, which uses data intelligence to help organizations mitigate security risks for their staff and physical assets.
Gigstack: This Mexican software can be used by entrepreneurs and SMEs to manage and automate the electronic billing of your business.
Mekan: One-Stop-Shop, created to make the purchase of auto parts easier and efficient for all Colombian mechanical workshops.
Midas: The first pointback in Mexico that provides digital payment solutions to help users save while making their daily purchases. It works through an app through which people can pay in cash to receive points and redeem them in affiliated stores.
Revie: Mexican platform that uses WHATSAPP as a method to request clients reviews about the experience with the product they bought. You can connect with eCommerce sites to show reviews on different pages, and thus help generate more confidence to new potential customers.
Taxo: This Ecuadorian company created a platform that aims to automate taxes to help accountants and professionals.
TEDI: It is a page developed in Peru that offers 100% online and live courses for professionals in the world of construction.
Wannabe: Colombian platform that functions as a match-maker between the needs of hiring companies and professionals in search of work.