Other stories this week include: Brazilian health-tech Feegow Clinic raises R$20 million, FOMO’s underlying role in last week’s EU-Mercosur Agreement, and Brazilian Startups’ Preference for New York over São Paolo for IPOs
Featured stories include: the top four big trends in Latin American startup funding, Grow Mobility’s growing success, EU-Mercosur Treaty: deal details and its international implications for Latin America.
Walmart begins offering grocery delivery from its Superama stores via messaging service WhatsApp, CCC Index to offer businesses a comprehensive understanding of the nuanced compliance challenges in Latin America, Ride-hailing revenue in Latin America expected to top US$1 billion by 2023, and more.
This week, SoftBank bet big on Brazilian business, Platzi raised $6M USD in a Series A funding round, and President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador invited Mark Zuckerberg to join him in promoting universal internet access in Mexico.
This week, logistics startup Loggi became the newest Brazilian unicorn, Didi announced expansion plans for Colombia and Chile, and PayPal kicked off their new partnership with Konfio.
This week, Rappi entered the neobanking market, Netflix tapped into their Latin American consumer base, and Finnovasta released their Mexican Fintech Report.
Where China is most heavily investing in Latin America, Brazilian fintech Nubank launches in Mexico, Brazilian unicorn iFood partners with scooter company SCOO to expand delivery services, and more from LatAm…