The Peru Venture Capital Conference is one month away (October 16th and 17th in Lima).Continue reading “3 ways to make the most of the PVCC”
Founders get to ask questions too. There is an important moment in an pitch meetings when founders have the opportunity to turn the tables on investors.
Founders who ask the right questions will gain valuable information that with allow them to probablity-weight investor interest.Continue reading “5 questions to ask startup investors in Latin America”
Talent is not a one way street. It enters (and leaves) startup ecosystems in many ways. I recently wrote a post for Get on Board about talent for startups in Peru and the ways talented technology professionals are entering our adding energy and insights to our startup community.
Three ways talent is connecting in Peru:
- Global startups are hiring local teams.
- Return of Peruvians trained abroad.
- Corporate-startup knowledge transfer.
Here is the full article that with ideas for both startups and corporates looking to connect with talent:
You can read more posts and learn about tech talent in Peru and Latin America at Get on Board’s Medium site here.
PECAP, the Peruvian Association of Seed and Venture Capital, calculates the opportunity for venture capital in Peru over the next four years at $145 million.Continue reading “Peru’s $145 million venture capital opportunity”
Email newsletters in the Latin America and Peru startup communities are an efficient way for new entrants to get plugged in and existing players to get up-to-speed.Continue reading “Sharing is caring”