Startup Grind Latam Conference 2019 in Mexico City on April 25
Another edition of the Startup Grind LATAM Conference will be held in April in Mexico City. The BBVA Reforma Auditorium will be the stage in which the leaders of important Startup Grind will share with the attendees
In this meeting the reflection will be carried out around discovering what follows. Mexican startups have already escalated to another level, the big investment funds have already turned to see Mexico and the ecoAdemás to listen and learn from the experiences of founders of impact companies, the leaders of the startups will be able to access sessions with funds of investment and will receive tools to scale your business.
Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, focused on educating, inspiring and actively connecting more than 2,500,000 entrepreneurs in 600 chapters around the world. During this 2019, startups that want to be part of the program may apply to integrate into two categories:
1. Startups that have received less than 5 million pesos in funding
2. Startups that have received more than 5 million pesos in funding
The task of Startup Grind is to encourage the growth of entrepreneurship ecosystems in 140 countries through events, media and partnerships with organizations. Founded in Silicon Valley, Startup Grind has helped millions of entrepreneurs build their businesses, connect with strategic partners and secure their financing. So you can attend and represent your startup, even if you are not part of the global program that, among other things, gives media exposure and access to SG Global's program in San Francisco, to entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurial system in Mexico has grown and with that same strength, Startup Grind LATAM seeks to break paradigms, clean up dynamics and take Mexico further, so that companies manage to scale quickly and effectively, risking, thinking what until now we see as unthinkable.
The event will be a meeting in which participants will have the opportunity to connect with the most successful founders and investors, as well as get closer with them and create synergies that enrich the entrepreneurial environment in the region.
Startup Grind Latam announced conferences of sector players, including:
Lynne Bairstow, Managing Partner at MITA Ventures
Federico Antoni, Managing Partner at ALLVP
Patricia Armendáriz, CEO at Financiera Sustentable
Yelena Ioffe Cuevas, Fund Manager at Soldiers Field Angels
Diego Serebrisky, Managing Partner at Dalus Capital
Alejandro Diez Barroso, Managing Partner at DILA Capital
Ximena Iñigo, Co-founder & CEO at Karmapulse
Mariana Castillo, Co-founder & Co-CEO at Ben & Frank
María Salido, Co-founder at Socialdiabetes
Andrea Ferrari, Co-founder & COO at Atlantia Search
Liliana Fernández, CTO at Kichink
Vicente Fenoll, Founder at Kubo Financiero
Austin Avalos, Co-founder in Sunu
Juan Vera, Co-founder at NIMBLR.AI
Sofia Garrido, Associate in General Atlantic
Today Startup Grind has 600 chapters in 140 countries, which places it as the largest entrepreneurship community in the world; the organization develops more than 3,000 forums a year, to serve its community of just over 2.5 million entrepreneurs. The importance that the Mexican movement has reached is such that, in February of this year, Pablo Lascurain - director of the Latin American chapter - was recognized as the best director at a global level, for the impact and commitment shown in his efforts and, of course, the great work of your team.
The appointment is next April 25 at the BBVA Reforma Auditorium, to know the full agenda and more details of the event visit: https://www.startupgrind.com/events/details/startup-grind-mexico-city-presents-startup-grind-latam-entrepreneurship-conference-2019/#/
For more information: www.mexico.startupgrind.com