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U.S. Engagement in Uruguay: Growth of Streaming and eCommerce During the Pandemic

Uruguay’s strong initial response to the pandemic kept infection rates low and its audiovisual sector was the first in the region to return to work in 2020. This made it a go-to location for international film and TV projects interrupted by the global crisis. Netflix was the first to arrive in Uruguay in 2011, followed by Amazon Prime in 2016 and Apple TV+ in 2017. In large part, the rapid growth of the audiovisual sector and eCommerce in Uruguay during Covid19 reflects a years-long public policy committed to the growth of Uruguayan hi-skilled exports to the U.S.

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BHub secures $20M to become LatAm companies’ back-office administrator

December 16, 2021

Founded in June, the Brazil-based company provides what it calls “back-office-as-a-service,” which includes bookkeeping, CFO services, legal and HR services so entrepreneurs can focus on their core business. The company counts 134 companies as customers and looks to hire 100 people across engineering, technical, accounting, legal, human resources, marketing and customer service.

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Somalia’s Ogow Health is improving care paths and serving thousands of patients through data and technology

December 16, 2021

Somalian e-health startup ogow health is improving care paths, access to patient data, reporting, and public health information for major interventions such as maternal health and immunisations via app and web-based tools now impacting thousands of patients. ogow health builds digital health solutions empowering and equipping healthcare providers, caregivers and governments in the hardest to reach communities, with its products designed to improve patient access to records, enhance understanding and adherence to healthcare policies, and build patient trust in health systems through innovative and community-centric methods.

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Two-Thirds of Companies Plan More Customer Data Use: Treasure Data Report

January 28, 2022

Is there anything more fascinating than other companies’ customer data strategies, Dear Reader?  I thought not.  Here’s a Treasure Data study on that very topic.  Random factoids: data silos are a more common problem (34%) than data quality (24%); data and IT departments are responsible for customer data strategy at 49% of companies, while marketing is responsible at 11%.; 63% of companies plan to expand use of customer data.

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