The 10 Latin American startups that received the most capital in first half of 2022

In the first six months of the year, before the macroeconomic crisis kicked in, there were rounds totaling more than $90 million in the region. Brasil continues to be Latin America`s favorite country for venture capitalists, with an increase in 15% in the number of transactions. Mexico follows Brasil in terms of the largest number of venture capital investments, with an increase in 9% in the number of operations. In contrast, Chile recorded fewer deals in the first half of the year with a 3.51% decrease respect 2021.

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Southeast Asia food delivery platforms total GMV grows 5% y-o-y to $16.3B in 2022

January 19, 2023

Southeast Asia food delivery platforms’ total gross merchandise value (GMV) grew 5 percent year on year to $16.3 billion in 2022, from $15.5 billion in 2021, according to a report from Momentum Works. Growth was mainly driven by the relatively smaller markets of the Philippines ($2.4 billion), Malaysia ($2.2 billion) and Vietnam ($1.1 billion), while larger markets – Indonesia ($4.5 billion), Thailand ($3.6 billion) and Singapore ($2.5 billion) recorded declines in 2022.

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Colombian unicorn Habi obtains US$6M loan to acquire low-income housing

January 19, 2023

The unicorn proptech, which currently operates in Colombia and Mexico, digitizes the process of buying and selling properties, buying the property quickly for those who sell and assisting in obtaining a mortgage for those who are buying one. The new financing will focus on expanding operations in its home country. It wants to increase its volume of buying and selling second-hand housing and offer an increasingly extensive portfolio to its customers.

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