Audive (San Jose, CA): Audive provides a comprehensive and collaborative solution for hobbyist musicians. It’s an easy-to-use cross-platform tool that allows people to generate original versions of their favorite songs and their own music creations. Audive will be recognized as the tool to collaborate among musicians and people who love music and creating unique sounds.
CoupleCare (Chihuahua, México): CoupleCare is the first app platform guide to fertility. It allows couples to track, monitor and manage monthly menstrual cycles together as a team. Both the man and the woman are alerted of the most and less fertile days in an easy, safe, and understandable way for both parties of the relationship. The couple is able to log in to the CoupleCare platform with any mobile and web device, they just need to synchronize and keep track of the menstrual cycle as a team.
Cuestiona.me (Palo Alto, CA/Colombia): Cuestiona.me is a digital platform that allows users to create questions or comments addressed to leaders, organizations or people of influence. Any question or comment becomes relevant and rises above the noise of social media with the support of the majority. Social media is very easy to use, but it is very difficult to be heard. In Cuestiona.me, by answering what is important to most people, leaders are not only listening to a larger audience but are also responding to what is most relevant and important to the majority.
FashionTEQ (Aliso Viejo, CA): FashionTEQ, a fashion-forward, wearable technology company, created Zazzi, a smart and stylish jewelry collection that allows women to remain connected to their smartphone. This stunning line of smart jewelry disguises your tech as a fashionable accessory and offers a discreet way to stay connected while allowing you to leave your phone inside your purse.
My Bigame (Bogotá, Colombia): My Bigame is a company that innovates with a new monetization channel for developers enabled via an API that integrates with all games and across different platforms and allows gamers to make bets in a multiplayer format.
saySquare (Tegucigalpa, Honduras): saySquare’s payments platform allows small businesses to accept money via SMS. Small businesses in over 140 developing countries have limited growth opportunity because there are no alternative payment methods. Sales are lost for most small businesses because they can only accept cash, which is not always safe in these regions. Smart devices and hardware solutions simply do not work in these countries where most of the population uses dumbphones. saySquare is solving this with its simple to use and cross-platform payments solution.
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Manos Accelerator is a mentorship-driven accelerator program located in Silicon Valley that provides “hands-on” education, resources and guidance for promising startup companies led by Latinos from across the US and within Latin American.