RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The rise of Brazilian "unicorns" such as Nubank, Pagseguro, Loft, Quinto Andar, iFood, and many more have created a virtuous effect in the market. The more success these companies achieve, the more investment the other startups receive.
This has encouraged the creation of new funds and the arrival of international groups to explore this universe, which - despite Delta, Omicron, and all the future villains - is constantly growing.
Between 2020 and 2021, the number of investors that put money in startups in Brazil rose 34%, from 404 to 544 - the biggest absolute growth since 2007, according to . . .