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3. Getting smart on Mexico

Venture Capital, Mexico2 min read

Howdy folks.

Apologies for the long time with no follow-up. I guess starting a graduate dual-degree program keeps you busy? Who knew.

Since I haven’t had a lot of time lately, I’m going to keep this post short and give you guys an overview of what to read and who to follow if you want to catch up on the Mexico VC and telecom worlds. By no means is this list exhaustive, so give a shout with anything I missed.

Cheers –


Publications and @TNWlatinamerica – The Next Web’s Latin America coverage, not updated very frequently, but captures extremely well the broad activity in the tech/VC spaces across the whole region

Organizations and @lavca_org – Latin America Venture Capital Association, great source for news, data, and contacts for the regional industry and @AMEXCAP – Mexico Venture Capital and Private Equity Association, very deep source for news and reports on the Mexican VC and PE industries (the lines between which often blur, so just take note) and @INADEM_SE – National Institute for Entrepreneurship, government player in the local ecosystem that regularly reports out interesting stats and figures and @SCT_mx – Secretariat of Communications and Transport, national administrator and operator of various telecommunications functions in the country (including spectrum and TELECOMM or Telecomunicaciones de México); currently driving a large part of the telecommunications reform, which provides perspective on the future of telecom in the country and @IFT_MX – Federal Telecommunications Institute, national telecom regulator that provides resources, statistics, and background on the local industry; especially good information for more technical network information

Local Investors and Entrepreneurial Resources and @all_vp – ALLVP, early stage investors and @altaventures – Alta Ventures Mexico, technology venture fund and @WayraMexico – Wayra, Telefonica’s accelerator @AVM_Mex – Angel Ventures Mexico, early stage firm and @IGNIA_Fund – Ignia, local VC fund with base of pyramid focus

@mexicoventures – Mexico Ventures, government-backed VC investor and @EndeavorMexico – Endeavor Mexico, global non-profit focusing on impact entrepreneurship and @NUMA_mx – NUMA Mexico (formerly Venture Institute), start-up accelerator with the country’s first free co-working spaces (in CDMX) and @thepoolMX – The Pool, “entrepreneur clubs” providing support and working spaces in CDMX and Monterrey and @EmprendedorITAM – The ITAM’s Entrepreneurship Club, providing support to student start-ups






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