A week ago, I was sent a WhatApp conversation which left me speechless. The co-founder of a Mexican startup
Our time and energy seem to grow with the arrival of new faces and challenges. We find time to celebrate, enjoy ourselves and, you might not believe it... Teach and help.
According to Unisys 2019 Security Index, 69% of people surveyed fear identity thefts more than war threats, terrorism and natural disasters
China is changing the global landscape, everyone knows that. But what can Latin America learn from them? The answer to this question is what I would like to talk about in this article.
Handling money is not an easy task. We know the feeling far too well: the more bank accounts, credit and debit cards and more obligations, the more complex it gets to keep up with it all.
The decision to force Uber out of Colombia is a huge mistake on so many levels. It will hurt users, mobility, drivers and their families.
Fraud in Latinamerica is a behemoth of a challenge for the region. It costs billions of dollars every year and affects the security of millions of people. Truora, a Colombian startup, has taken up the challenge and their main weapon is a set of APIs.
Working in startups. This is a brand new option, especially in Colombia. Over ten thousand (that’s right: ten thousand) job opportunities have been created at startups.