Tag Archives: start ups

Latino, Latina entrepreneurs meet up in Austin

Más Wired is co-sponsoring a Latino entrepreneur meet and greet in Austin, Texas on Thursday, May 29 and we’re very excited! We invite you, or… more

How do Latino startups get funded?

Latino startups miss out on a few rounds of funding by the time they get in front of venture capitalists (VC), which makes it even… more

Manos Accelerator, Google partner for more Latino startups

Manos Accelerator launched last year with the goal of increasing the number of successful Latino-owned technology startups in Silicon Valley. Manos has already completed its… more

Comenta TV bridges gap between TV and social media

Austin, Texas — Comenta TV is a startup from Argentina that is working to streamline the full circle between people who watch content on TV… more

Tijuana could be Mexico’s Silicon Valley

There was an interesting piece recently that underscored how Tijuana, and the Mexican state of Baja California, is becoming a center for tech innovation. One… more

Latin American startups on the rise in Silicon Valley

Slate wrote an interesting piece recently talking about how the immigrant makeup of Silicon Valley startups has begun to change. Specifically, that this change now… more

What’s the role of immigrant entrepreneurs?

The Kauffman Foundation has released a new publication focusing on immigrant entrepreneurs in the United States. This study shows an interesting array of figures, which… more

KokoChé, a deal site for small businesses

Everywhere you look there are deal websites popping up, but one new company is angling for something all together different: the cash economy. KokoChé is… more

Valet parking goes mobile with Flash Valet

Eliseo Diaz and Juan Rodriguez are the founders of a tech startup based in Austin, Texas called Flash Valet. The basic premise is to manage… more

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