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LinkedIn Pulse, 13 December, 2016
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The Challenges of Education in the Digital Age

Article published by our co-founder and Head of Global Expansion, Eduardo Henrique, on LinkedIn Pulse.

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Tech Crunch, 19 September, 2016
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SpoonRocket is coming back from the dead

SpoonRocket, the on-demand meal delivery startup that shut down in the U.S. in March, is relaunching in Brazil under its parent company, iFood.

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Dream Grow, 19 September, 2016
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Why Messenger Bots are the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing

ChatClub is a chatbot platform for Messenger that takes 5 minutes to set up. No need to hire a slew of developers, AI experts or UI designers.

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Ergohacks, 15 September, 2016
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Chatclub for Facebook Messenger

Bots and specifically AI chatbots are a buzzword that seems to have infected the tech industry in the last year and are starting to make their way into the mainstream consciousness.

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Tech Crunch, 11 August, 2016
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While many on-demand food startups fail to deliver, iFood picks up $30 million to expand in Latin America

The Brazilian on-demand food delivery company, iFood has picked up $30 million in new financing to expand regionally and solidify its grip over the online food delivery markets South of the US border.

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TechCrunch, 18 July, 2016
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Movile’s Latin American delivery business, Rappido, is now picking up in Mexico

The Brazilian-based mobile application and services developer Movile is continuing its push to dominate the Latin American market with the expansion of its on demand delivery and distribution service, Rappido into the Mexican market.

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TechCrunch, 27 June, 2016
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The opportunities Silicon Valley doesn’t see

When searching for the next big startup, the time has come to look beyond Silicon Valley!

Go-Jek Indonesia Pt. motorcycle taxi riders drive along a street in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday, March 21, 2016. The Jakarta-based startup has already become a household name in its home country. The startup's app has been downloaded more than 11 million times and it has more than 200,000 motorbikes. Its name is a play on ojek, the Indonesian word for the motorcycle taxis that crisscross Southeast Asia's most populous nation. Photographer: Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg via Getty Images Read more
TechCrunch, 25 June, 2016
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Latin America’s chronic inefficiency could drive more O2O commerce growth

The mobile market opportunity is massive: more than 100 million people in Brazil are already online today, and there are nearly another 100 million more to go.

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TechCrunch, 17 June, 2016
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The evolution of the mobile payment

A recent report noted that 39 percent of all mobile users in the U.S. had made a mobile payment in 2015. This is up from 14 percent in 2014 and by my estimations will in the 70 percent range by 2017.

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TechCrunch, 9 September, 2015
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Apple TV App Store Launch Partners Include Airbnb, Guitar Hero, Gilt

Apple just announced an App Store for its new Apple TV 4, and launch partners include tons of games, plus shopping apps, fitness apps, content readers, and video viewers.

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Apple just announced an App Store for its new Apple TV 4, and launch partners include tons of games, plus shopping apps, fitness apps, content readers, and video viewers. Apple Music will also be available through Apple TV, along with movies and TV shows like you’d expect. Here’s a list of some of the apps mentioned on stage:

Galaxy On Fire – 3D space combat

Rayman Adventures – Platformer game

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Disney Infinity (Star Wars) – Starfighter game
Guitar Hero – Music game
Beat Sports – Musical Wii Sports-like motion games
Shadowmatic – Puzzle game
PlayKids – Children’s games
Zova – Fitness app that connects to Apple Watch
Madefire – Comic book reader


Airbnb – Vacation booking app
Gilt – Luxury shopping app


Zillow – Home buying app
Hipster Whale’s Crossy Bird – Old-school Frogger-style game
Major League Baseball At Bat – Sports viewer

The Apple TV App Store will let users download experiences like games and video content apps to the set-top box and play them on their television. There will be developer tools available to help app makers build these experiences. Developers will be able to release Universal Apps that run on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. And If users are playing a game on their iPad, they can switch it up onto their Apple TV when they get home.

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This is just the first wave of the new Apple TV. As the developer tools propagate, we’ll surely see more innovative uses of the big screen.



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