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Juan Pablo Cappello y el ‘Valle de la Muerte’ del emprendimiento

Published by America Economia AETecno conversó con Juan Pablo Cappello, socio en Patagon.com, Co-Fundador de Idea.me y Sauber Energy y accionista de Greenberg Traurig, sobre la realidad del emprendimiento en la región y el modelo de financiamiento colectivo desarrollado por Idea.me + More

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“Democratizando” el acceso a capital en A. Latina: más que una visión

Published by Estrategia y Negocios Mientras la razón casi nunca cambia, lo que la gente hace está constantemente evolucionando; al mismo tiempo que los empresarios re-inventan sus modelos de negocio para poder adaptarlos a nuevas geografías, culturas y otras circunstancias. Por: Juan Pablo Cappello* + More

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“Democratizing” Capital Access in Latin America: More than a Vision, More than Cloning an Idea

Published by Pulso Social By Juan Pablo Cappello, cross-border attorney and venture capitalist. Based in Miami, Cappello is a Principal Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig and the Co-founder of Idea.me and Sauber Energy. He is also a member of Endeavor’s Global Advisory Board and the legal committee of the Latin American Venture Capital Association + More

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Start-ups set sights on funding

Published by The Miami Herald To Morten Bjoern, launching a company in Miami that provides business intelligence solutions to the marine industry seemed a no-brainer, with its cruise line headquarters, world-class ports and a sea of wealthy investors. But landing the funding he needs has not been so easy + More

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Momentum growing behind hatching a tech hub

Published by The Miami Herald The vision: Entrepreneurs find many places to meet and mingle, maybe run into an investor or two. Accelerators accept the best and the brightest start-ups, which in turn stay and grow their businesses in South Florida. Tech companies and serial entrepreneurs open their doors to mentor others. Robust university systems [&hellip + More

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Startup Latin America: The Digital Revolution Heads South

Published by ABC/Univision inspired by tech icons (and young billionaires) like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorseya growing number of entrepreneurs in Latin America are embracing the digital revolution and starting new tech ventures + More

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Tech debate: Miami’s brand as gateway city?

Published by The Miami Herald On one side: Juan Pablo Cappello, lawyer, serial entrepreneur and serial investor in tech startups. On the other side: Auston Bunsen, young entrepreneur, programmer and organizer of the annual SuperConf + More

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The Great Debate: We’ve only just begun…

Published by The Starting Gate, The Miami Herald On one side: Juan Pablo Cappello, lawyer, serial entrepreneur and serial investor in tech startups. On the other side: Auston Bunsen, young entrepreneur, programmer and organizer of the annual SuperConf + More

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Mergers & Acquisitions | Venture Capital August 24, 2012, 5:39 pmComment Crowdfunding Merger Points to Ambitions in Latin America

Published by The New York Times SÃO PAULO, Brazil — The crowdfunding site Ideame has acquired the Brazilian company Movere in a deal that may prompt more consolidation in this sector in Latin America + More

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View: Let’s restart our engines and accelerate Miami’s tech-hub Potential

Published by The Miami Herald Few places on Earth invoke the kind of economic envy that Northern California’s Silicon Valley does. So much so, that hopes of being the “next Silicon Valley” have spawned scores of wannabes worldwide such as Silicon Oasis (Dubai), Silicon Cape (Cape Town) and Silicon Sloboda (Moscow). In the U.S., “Silicon [&hellip + More