Latin American startups raised over US$15 billion, Brazil gained prominence

Bruno Rondani, CEO of 100 Open Startups, talks about the expansion of the platform beyond the Brazilian market and the growth of startups in the region.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent years Latin America has been consolidating itself as one of the most significant innovation hubs in the world. With twice the population of the United States, around 650 million people, and R$30 trillion (US$5.9 trillion) in GDP, Latin American startups will attract, by 2021, more than R$77 billion (US$15 billion) in investments, according to the Association for Private Capital Investment in Latin . . .

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