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My latest was on the unsung hero, data. Latam startups are at a disadvantage, experiencing a sharp decline in investment compared to last year and Q over Q.
Therefore tools such as TheVentureCity’s Growth Scanner have helped LatAm startups leverage user data to ensure product-led growth, market fit, and build strong relationships with investors.
I usually write about tech innovations, LatAm startups, UFC, and beer brewing (my hobbies).
I usually focus on the story behind startups and their solutions. Why are they relevant, what are they solving, and why would people be interested in reading about them?
Sharing a unique story can be a challenge when there’s a hot topic and tons of articles about the same thing. Therefore, looking for your secret sauce and a differentiating factor can make a difference.
I hope to continue writing about tech solutions pertinent to emerging markets to help build a global market and uplift their quality of life. Aside from that, I’m happy to share stories about my hobbies and spread that passion with like-minded readers.
I’m not really into entertainment news, following celebrities, etc., but I do admire how they are looking to branch out, investing in startups, and actively seeking out advice from VCs. I feel like even those reality stars can help leave a mark and positive effect on today’s market.
I am an avid beer brewer and boxer. I enjoy betting on UFC and NFL and am actively helping to share this passion and knowledge with latAm culture.
I will continue highlighting the benefits of investing in LatAm startups and what makes their product innovative and resilient. Many of these solutions can be scaled to reach greater regions, and now is the best time to continue investing in Latin America.
Hackernoon is a great platform to help share stories that drive action. I’ve seen how many connections are made among businesses and entrepreneurs that would otherwise take longer without the exposure Hackernoon provides to top stories.
I look forward to sharing more stories showcasing how LatAm truly is building resilience for the future.