Not every startup is ready for our three-month LatAm Hub Toronto acceleration program—or has three months to come to Toronto.
That's why we now offer bootcamps that give you the tools your startup needs to enter new markets.
LatAm Bootcamp — Toronto (September 15-29, 2017)
Learn how to scale your Latin American startup into the lucrative North American markets.
Cost: USD $2000, or USD $2500 for two co-founders.
Bootcamp includes 40 hours of training sessions, including guest workshops with local experts and mentors. Air travel and lodging not included.
Note: Registration for this bootcamp is now closed. To find out when we next offer a bootcamp in Toronto, sign up to our mailing list.
LatAm Bootcamp — Guadalajara, México (November 11-17, 2017)
Learn to scale your startup into the booming Mexican and Latin American markets at our bootcamp in México's high-tech hub, Gudalajara, in the state of Jalisco.
Mexico is a booming market for high-tech startups from Canada, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Europe--and elsewhere.
This intensive week-long bootcamp will give you the training, mentorship, and connections your startup needs to successfully enter the Mexican market.
Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, is Mexico's biggest tech hub, and the best place for foreign high-tech companies to do business in Mexico.
The bootcamp runs November 13-17 and ends with a Pitch Night to local investors.
LatAm Startups as a not-for-profit accelerator will also judge participating startups for possible participation in the LatAm Hub Toronto program in 2018.
Cost: USD$ 1500 ($2000 for two co-founders).
Bootcamp includes 35 hours of training sessions, including guest workshops with local experts and mentors. (Schedule here.) Air travel and lodging not included.
Got questions? Contact@LatAmStartups.biz
Here's what our startups thought of LatAm Hub Toronto.
“For me, those four months were just the beginning of a new journey and new friendships. Everyone in the HUB taught me something new and I really thankful for that” Taric Andrade, CEO at Clicksitter.
AgTech company SmartFarm was accepted into the accelerator program at Helix Seneca.
“I've grown so much in these four months, not only as entrepreneur but also as person. LatAm's support was crucial for all of our accomplishments and we will be forever thankful for all of the opportunities the program provided. So much learning, so much growth. Our history will definitely be defined in before and after LatAm.” Rebeca Souza, CEO of SmartFarm
Inkspired, a platform connecting writers with readers, became the first Latin American startup to be featured in Startup Here Toronto, and is exploring some exciting new opportunities we hope to share with you in the coming weeks.
“LatAm Startups helped us to develop new partnerships, connections and reach great opportunities in North America, which led to a greater exposure, traction, and even investment talks. If you believe your StartUp is actually a ScaleUp, this is a great fit for you” Galo Vargas, CEO at Inkspired
Two companies, cybersecurity startup MobiSec and IoT startups Byond, pivoted their businesses during the acceleration program.
“The Latam Hub was a great experience to Byond, connecting us to the local ecosystem. Canada is a great country that embraces international diversity and I would love to see it more open to bring international startups.” Rafael Leite, CEO at Byond.
“Thank you for this wonderful experience. It was great to be part of this first hub with such awesome startups. We made business partners, marketing strategies, business plans,... and friends. Thank you all for sharing knowledge and experiences, it was unforgettable” Michel Traub, co-founder at Mobisec
This amazing community would not have been possible without the welcoming startup community here in Toronto. Check out the complete portfolio of all our startups.
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Note: LatAm Hub Toronto does not offer investment or visa sponsorship, but will connect startups with relevant angel investors and immigration lawyers where appropriate.