Mexico-based startup Azevedo raises $4M Series A
MexicoBased Series AzevedoTechcrunch startup has raised a $4 million Series A round of funding led by Monashees with participation from angel investors. Founded in 2015, Azevedo provides online personal financial management tools. The startup’s flagship product is a money management app that helps users track their spending, set budgets and goals, and stay on top of their finances. The app is available in Spanish and English; users have downloaded it over 100,000 times.
With the new funding, MexicoBased Series AzevedoTechcrunch plans to expand its team and scale its operations. The startup will also use the funds to launch new features and products. It is excellent news for the Mexican startup ecosystem, which has been seeing a lot of activity lately. With this latest round of funding, Azevedo is well-positioned to continue its growth and success.
Azevedo is building a platform to help businesses in Mexico go digital.
If you’re a business in Mexico, chances are you need to be digital. Only about a third of companies in the country are online, and most are small businesses. That’s where Azevedo comes in.
The Mexico-based startup is building a platform to help businesses in the country go digital. The company was founded in 2015 by brothers Andres and Rodrigo Azevedo, and it has raised $2 million in seed funding from investors, including 500 Startups, Seaya Ventures, and the IFC.
Azevedo’s platform provides businesses with digital tools, including a website builder, online payments, and marketing tools. The company also offers various services, such as digital marketing and e-commerce consulting.
Azevedo’s goal is to help businesses in Mexico take advantage of the growing digital economy. “Mexico is a vast country with a tiny digital economy,” Andres Azevedo told TechCrunch. “There’s a lot of room for growth.”
The company is off to a good start. Azevedo says it has helped over 10,000 businesses in Mexico go digital and is on track to double that number this year.
Azevedo’s platform is available in Spanish and English, and the company plans to expand to other countries in Latin America.
The company has raised a total of $5.5M to date.
MexicoBased Series AzevedoTechcrunch startup providing Series A funding for tech companies has raised $55 million. Brothers Andres and Santiago Azevedo founded the company in 2015 and have since invested in over 20 startups in the region.
Azevedo’s mission is to support the growth of the tech ecosystem in Latin America. The company has a team of experienced entrepreneurs and investors familiar with the region’s challenges and opportunities.
Azevedo’s portfolio includes some of the most promising startups in Latin America, such as Clip (a digital wallet for Latin America), Nubank (a digital bank), and Suki (a digital health assistant).
Azevedo has been instrumental in helping these startups grow and scale. With its deep understanding of the Latin American market, and its strong network of entrepreneurs and investors, Azevedo is well-positioned to continue supporting the growth of the tech ecosystem in the region.
Azevedo will use the new funding to grow its team and expand its product offerings.
MexicoBased Series AzevedoTechcrunch startup, which provides an online platform for businesses to connect with service providers, has raised $4 million in new funding.
Monashees led the round with participation from previous investors500 Startups and Mountain Nazca. It brings the total amount raised by the company to $6 million.
Azevedo will use the new funding to grow its team and expand its product offerings. The company plans to launch a new product to help businesses manage their service providers.
CEO Pablo Sánchez and COO Rodrigo Sánchez founded Azevedo in 2015. The company has 20 employees.
Azevedo is one of the many startups trying to tap into the growing digital economy in Mexico.
Azevedo is one of the many startups trying to tap into the growing digital economy in Mexico. The company has developed a platform that allows businesses to connect with customers and manage their interactions through a single interface.
Azevedo was founded in 2014 by CEO and co-founder Rodrigo Azevedo. The company is based in Mexico City and has raised $4 million in seed funding from investors, including Ventures, 500 Startups, and Endeavor Catalyst.
Azevedo designed the platform to help businesses manage customer relationships, track sales leads, and create loyalty programs. The company offers a free basic and paid premium plan for $49 monthly.
Azevedo is one of several startups trying to tap into the growing digital economy in Mexico. The country’s internet penetration rate is still relatively low, at around 40%, but proliferating.
Other startups in the space include Kueski, which offers short-term loans to small businesses, and Clip, which allows companies to accept payments via text message.
Azevedo’s platform has the potential to be a valuable tool for businesses of all sizes in Mexico. With its easy-to-use interface and affordable pricing, the company is well-positioned to take advantage of the growing digital economy in Mexico.