This accelerator is looking for entrepreneurs in Latin America to promote its idea

This is the case of the renowned global network of startups and mentors Founder Institute , which opened the call for its 2021 startup program, with which it seeks to incubate projects in the ideation stage through the accompaniment of experts and experienced CEOs, via workshops. They will have virtual events in the next month in Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Venezuela and Brazil. Currently the Founder Institute operates in more than 200 cities around the world.

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