Guest Post Unbeknownst to many, Colombia is positioning itself as the Silicon Valley of Latin America, vying against Chile and Brazil for this title.
Guest Post It’s not just the Internet usage that is growing in Latin America, it’s also the startup community that has begun to boom in the region.
The Dutch Parliament on Wednesday passed a law that prohibits Internet service providers from slowing down any kind of Internet traffic unless it’s to ease congestion, preserve security, or block spam.
Chile’s getting serious about startups. The government’s development agency has set aside nearly $300 million for entrepreneurial investments, says Juan Andrés Fontaine, Chile’s Minister of Economy, Development and Tourism. In this Entrepreneur Thought Leader Lecture, given at Stanford University, Fontaine notes that the problem, so far, has been finding enough good projects to fund.