Ecuadorian payments infrastructure startup Kushki lands $100M at a $1.5B valuation

Ecuadorian payments infrastructure company Kushki has raised $100 million in an extension to its Series B round, more than doubling its valuation to $1.5 billion. Kushki aims to help make it easier, cheaper and more secure for businesses across Latam to send and receive/process digital payments. It enables Latam businesses to accept payments globally and receive money in their local currency. The end goal is to help these businesses grow faster online and drive consumer adoption of digital payments.

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Talently raises US$3M in a seed round to increase its presence in Latam

June 16, 2022

Talently offers training and an employability marketplace and announced its new capital raising of a US$3 million seed round. The startup that connects talent with technology companies announced that it has grown 50x since the pandemic, maintaining a monthly growth of 30%. Talently has an intensive training platform for software developers in tools that allow them to access positions in leading technology companies.

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Adobe Adds Privacy Enforcement to Real-Time CDP

June 15, 2022

Adobe announced several enhancements to its Real-Time CDP, including automatic enforcement of consumer privacy preferences and company data access policies, clean-room-like audience matching, predictive account and lead scoring, and tighter integration with Adobe Commerce.  Meanwhile, a separate announcement about enhancements to Adobe Analytics described it as the “single workspace for brands to unify data and insights across all media types”, which sounds CDP-ish. It’s a reminder that Adobe sees its CDP as one of several tools to access unified customer profiles stored in a separate platform layer.

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