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¡Hola Batch 11 LatAm! These are the 9 Startups Joining our Latest Batch in Mexico City

Rene Lomeli

Venture Partner

Published

17.12.19

500 Startups is excited to announce the latest batch from our Seed Accelerator based in Mexico City. The Mexico City program focuses on providing mentorship and guidance to foster fast-paced growth for Spanish-speaking, early-stage companies based in Latin America.

For this batch, our team assessed 1706 applications to participate in the acceleration program. Our final group of startups batch consists of founders from all over Latin America, including five companies from Mexico, one company from Chile, two companies from Colombia, and one company from Peru. The nine startups began the accelerator activities on November 25th at 500’s office in Mexico City.

Throughout the four-month program, founders will put in hard work to prepare for Demo Day in March of 2020 in Mexico City. With continued assistance from the 500 Startups team, investors, and more than 15 international mentors, the 16-week intensive seed program focuses on legal, product, sales, growth, culture and much more.

We’re thrilled to continue our mission of supporting Latin American founders on their journeys to create successful companies at scale and continue to build a thriving global startup ecosystem. So, without further ado, here are the companies from Batch 11 in Latin America:

Doc-doc Colombia – Telemedicine app that connects, in seconds, patients with doctors through chat and video consultations.

Graviti México – Platform that provides access to basic services, such as hot and potable water,  with financing for the BoP.

Mi Dulce Hogar México – Reliable cleaning services for homes and offices with hotel-quality cleaning that guarantees their customers’ and workers’ safety and wellbeing. 

Portal Terreno Chile – Latin America’s leading real estate marketplace specialized in the land market.

Ruedata Colombia – Digital platform that  optimizes tire and gas expenses and reduces bus fleet’s carbon footprint through machine learning algorithms and data analysis.

SYSCAP México – All-in-one platform that connects financial and real estate institutions with their investors and lenders.

Talently Perú – Career accelerator for Latam’s top tech talent.

Terapify México – Online psychological counseling platform that allows people to get emotional support whenever  they need it via video chat.

Trybü México – Platform to empower schools and teachers with XXIst century education content, tools and frameworks that provide the best after-school education for young children.

Welcome to the #500Strong family LatAm Batch 11!

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Rene Lomeli

Venture Partner

René is a Partner at 500 Global LatAm. He has helped over 100 startups scale and solve problems as part of the 500 Startups family and keeps things running smoothly at the accelerator in México City. Prior to joining 500 he facilitated 15+ Startup Weekends throughout Mexico. He loves to help others make things happen and always carries a kit of screwdrivers to repair any gadget that needs a little love and care. When not in the office he is training for his next marathon.

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