Thursday, September 12th will be the second edition of LatAm Invades Silicon Valley Conference is taking place from 9 am to 6 pm at the Microsoft Conference Center in Mountain View, California.
This event, organized by NXTP Labs, Start-Up Chile and in partnership with Naranya Labs, is a regional platform that provides tools, contacts and create networking opportunities for American start-ups who seek to land in Silicon Valley as well as guide United States companies looking for opportunities in the Latin American region.
Speakers including: Esteban Sosnik, of Atakama Labs from Chile, Ariel Poler, angel investor, Jonathan Nelson, founder of Hackers/Founders from Mountain View, CA, Vivek Wadhwa, Vice President of Innovation and Research at Singularity University, and Daniel Green, of GTLaw from Palo Alto, CA. For more information on the speakers and their knowledge and experience in the business world visit the speakers page on the LatAm Invasion website.
When & Where
NXTP Labs / Start-Up Chile / Naranya Labs
NXTP Labs is an acceleration program with an early-stage fund. Focused on Spanish-speaking technology startups that are pursuing global or regional opportunities. NXTP Labs provides seed funding, consulting services, hands-on advice, training and, most important, access to a top-notch network of mentors across Latin America, the US and Europe.
Start-Up Chile is a program created by the Chilean Government that seeks to attract early stage, high-potential entrepreneurs to bootstrap their startups in Chile, providing USD$40.000 of equity-free seed funding and participation in a community of +1000 entrepreneurs from +60 countries. The end goal is to convert Chile into the definitive innovation and entrepreneurial hub of Latin America.
Naranya Labs is a Monterrey-based start-up acceleration program developed in the early stage fund. They work with Mexican and international mentors to help entrepreneurs to reach their full potential. Naranya Labs provides intense coaching and working to help build and refine businesses.