Manos Accelerator

Manos Accelerator Announces Five New Latino Startups in Fourth Round

Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, and it's bigger than just the staffing demographics at major technology firms. In particular, there is a dearth of Latino-founded tech startups that grow beyond the initial stages, but Manos Accelerator, in partnership with Google, is seeking to change that.
Gran Torre in Santiago, Chile, Latin American Market, investment, latam

In Latin America Startup Scene, Chile and Colombia Stand Out

Mini-Silicon Valleys are sprouting in Latin America, especially in Chile and Colombia, where a combination of government initiatives, investment, and homegrown entrepreneurs are beginning to foment an economic transformation. Here's why Chile and Colombia are beginning to stand out in Latin American tech entrepreneurship.
Couple Care

Startup Wednesday: Couple Care Brings an App's Touch to Fertility

This week's featured startup is Couple Care, an app and service designed to help guide couples through the fertility process -- whether they want to have babies or not.
Start-Up Chile, Latin American technology

Chile's Wealth of Startups, And Its Problem Keeping Them

In Chile, startups are sprouting all over the place, but the country has a problem, too. four out of five startups successfully launched in Chile will leave the country after finishing the six month program. A third of them move to the U.S.
Manos Accelerator

Manos Accelerator, Catalyst for Latino Startups, Announces Second Round Finalists

Google may have released unflattering diversity figures recently (in a move that at least got the conversation started about the lack of minorities in Silicon Valley), but the tech giant is at least trying to bring about change. One initiative, a continuing partnership with Latino startup incubator Manos Accelerator, has just announced its second round of startups for its program.
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