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Endeavor Investor Network Convenes Over 120 Entrepreneurs and Investors in NYC

On May 5th, the Endeavor Investor Network convened growth market leaders in New York City for a day of networking and learning. The invitation-only event gathered over 120 participants including Endeavor Entrepreneurs and leading investors […]

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Argentina’s Globant Opens New Development Center in Peru, Expands Latin American Presence

Endeavor Entrepreneur company Globant, a technology services firm focused on delivering innovative software solutions, announced that it has expanded its operations to Perú by opening a new development center in Lima. The new office allows […]

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Endeavor Catalyst makes investment in Endeavor Entrepreneur Restorando

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, August 16, 2013 — Restorando, a provider of online restaurant reservations in Latin America, today announced it closed $13.3 million in Series B funding led by new investor Flybridge Capital Partners with participation from existing investors, Emergence Capital Partners, Kaszek Ventures, Atomico and Storm Ventures. The Endeavor Catalyst Fund also participated in the round. The company had previously raised $3.7 million in seed and Series A rounds, bringing total funds raised to $17 million.

Restorando, which currently serves restaurants and diners in major cities throughout Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Colombia, will utilize the funds to expand its team and accelerate growth in current cities and other countries throughout Latin America. As part of the funding, Flybridge Capital Partners General Partner Jon Karlen will join the company’s Board of Directors.

“Since launching in 2011, Restorando has done a fantastic job at testing and validating the online restaurant reservations model with both restaurants and diners in Latin America,” said Karlen. “With thousands of restaurants and more than 2 million diners now using the platform, it has quickly established itself as the dominant player in the market. We are thrilled to back the Restorando team and look forward to working with them as they continue to grow and expand.”

“Our focus over the past two years has been to take a business model that as been highly successful in other geographies, improve on it through cloud and mobile technology and superior customer service and then roll it out in a limited number of markets to prove it’s success. We have shown the model works, and now we are ready to expand,” said Frank Martin, CEO of Restorando. “Having the support of this group of investors, all of whom have experience investing and building other successful companies in Latin America, is truly amazing. This round not only gives us access to exceptional advisors, but will be provide us with the resources to scale Restorando throughout the region.”

Unlike many restaurant reservations systems, the Restorando platform is 100% cloud-based, making it fast, simple and free for restaurants to get signed up and using the system.

Key features and benefits of the platform include:

· Mobile enabled
· Free to diners
· “Hot” Tables with discounts


Click here to read more about this investment and Restorando in The Wall  Street Journal article, “Can Restorando Beat OpenTable in Latin America?”.


About Restorando

Restorando is a provider of a free, online restaurant reservation system in Latin American. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the company currently serves restaurants and diners in ten major cities in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Colombia. For more information, please visit www.restorando.com or on Twitter: @restorandoarg, @restorandobra, @ restorandochile, @ restorandoco


About Flybridge Capital Partners

Flybridge Capital Partners is an early-stage venture capital firm whose mission is to assist entrepreneurs in growing innovative, global companies. With $560 million under management, the firm is focused on seed and early-stage investing in technology markets and is led by a team with domain expertise and more than half a century of combined experience in venture capital. The firm has invested in over 60 companies including 10gen (the MongoDB Company), Brontes Technologies (acquired by 3M), Cartera Commerce, Crashlytics (acquired by Twitter) DataXu, Digital Lumens, Open English, Reveal Imaging (acquired by SAIC) and ZING (acquired by Dell). For more information, visit www.flybridge.com or follow us on Twitter @flybridgecap.


About Emergence Capital

Emergence Capital Partners, based in San Mateo, Calif., is a leading venture capital firm focused on early and growth-stage SaaS and technology-enabled services companies. Its mission is to empower business users and organizations around the globe by unleashing the power of technology-enabled services. The firm’s investments include Salesforce.com (CRM), SuccessFactors (acquired by SAP), Yammer (acquired by Microsoft), Lithium, Box, and Veeva Systems. Founded in 2003, Emergence Capital has $575 million under management. More information on Emergence Capital can be found at http://www.emcap.com/.


About Kaszek Ventures

Kaszek Ventures is the leading Latin American venture capital firm investing in high-impact tech entrepreneurs. Led by Nicolas Szekasy, MercadoLibre’s former CFO, and Hernan Kazah, MercadoLibre’s co-founder, the firm actively supports its 22 portfolio companies through value-added strategic guidance and hands-on operational help.


About Atomico

Atomico is an international technology investment firm, focused on helping the world’s most disruptive technology companies reach their full potential on a global scale. Founded by Niklas Zennström, the co-founder of Skype, they have become the investor of choice for ambitious entrepreneurs due to our unique international network, and ability to help companies operationally, with offices in London, Beijing, São Paulo, Istanbul and Tokyo. Their investments include category leaders such as Rovio, Jawbone, Fab, Klarna and Skype.


About Endeavor Catalyst

Endeavor Catalyst is a passive co-investment vehicle that allows Endeavor Global to co-invest in Endeavor Entrepreneurs in a neutral, unbiased way. The main goal of this program is to use the returns of the investment to support Endeavor’s operations. The fund also contributes to Endeavor’s mission as it promotes professional third-party angel and venture capital investors to take a stronger interest in emerging market investment opportunities. To date, Endeavor Catalyst has invested in seven funding rounds of Endeavor Entrepreneurs.

Endeavor Global is a US-based nonprofit organization. Endeavor catalyzes economic growth by selecting, mentoring and accelerating high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. High-impact entrepreneurs have the biggest ideas and potential to create jobs and wealth, but they face many barriers to scaling up their businesses: lack of mentors, capital and talent, and limited business expertise. Endeavor helps them overcome these challenges by providing connections to mentors and investors as well as top talent and strategic services. Today, Endeavor’s 818 entrepreneurs lead 510 companies that generated over $6 billion in revenues in 2012 and have created over 225,000 jobs.


17 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from Brazil, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Jordan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Turkey Join the Endeavor Network

Johannesburg, South Africa – August 16  – Endeavor selected 17 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from 10 companies from Brazil, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Jordan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Turkey at its 49th International Selection Panel.  Endeavor now supports 818 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from 510 companies in 15 emerging and growth market countries.  The entrepreneurs were chosen at a panel held from August  13-15 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

“It has been an amazing experience to host so many dynamic high-impact entrepreneurs who came here from four continents, “ said  Endeavor Co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “I’d like to extend a very special thanks to the board of Endeavor South Africa for hosting this event.”

The International Selection Panel (ISP) is the culmination of a rigorous multi-step selection process.  At the ISP, top local and international business leaders interview candidates about their businesses and high-impact potential, and then vote on whether or not candidates become Endeavor Entrepreneurs. Post-selection, Endeavor provides entrepreneurs with customized services,  including introductions to local and international business mentors and volunteers from Fortune 500 consulting firms. Endeavor Entrepreneurs have had a significant track record of creating thousands of jobs and building sustainable growth models in their home countries.

Endeavor will host two additional International Selection Panels this year: Palo Alto, CA, October 2013 and Dubai, UAE, December 2013.

Brief descriptions of the selected entrepreneurs and companies follow:




Entrepreneurs: Wataru Ueda, Tatsuo Suzuki & Toru Kinjo

Company: Magnamed

Description: Using the latest global technologies, Magnamed provides hospitals and other treatment providers with critical care equipment that is more affordable and effective than competing products. The company has four products, all related to lung ventilation, and all of which are compact, light, durable, and easy to use for those working with critical care patients.



Tabibi 24/7

Entrepreneurs: Karim Ragab, Dr. Khalil Abdel Khalek, Walid Abdel Hadi

Company: Tabibi 24/7 (www.tabibi247.com)

Description: Tabibi 24/7 is a healthcare company that provides 24-hour access to pediatric and family care in Cairo through two daytime clinics and around-the-clock home visits. With a focus on preventative care as well as treatment, Tabibi offers basic medical training courses and a daily health tip SMS service in addition to primary patient care.




Entrepreneur: Maria and Penny Vlachou

Company: Fereikos-Helix

Description: Fereikos-Helix offers organic live snails and snail consumer products to wholesalers and retailers in Greece and throughout Europe. Its innovative supply chain model involves a network of 175 independent snail farmers. These farmers receive know-how and resources from Fereikos-Helix to produce high-quality, organic products year-round in an industry that largely relies on foraging, resulting in inconsistent product quality and availability.



The Goods Group

Entrepreneur: Anton Wirjono

Company: The Goods Group

Description: The Goods Group, a chain of multi-label stores based in Jakarta, Indonesia, is fast becoming a major hub for fashion and lifestyle products from a selection of local and international brands. The Goods Group consists of a retail business (The Goods Department) and a restaurant line (The Goods Cafes and The Goods Diner).




Entrepreneur: Ala’ Al Sallal

Company: Jamalon (www.jamalon.com)

Description: Launched in 2010, Jamalon’s dual-language ecommerce platform provides unparalleled access to a comprehensive catalogue of books in English and Arabic. Since its inception, Jamalon has grown to include over nine million titles, developed metadata for 150,000 Arabic books, and expanded regionally to reach customers in eight MENA countries.



Grupo Filoa

Entrepreneur: Juan Jose Villarreal Portilla

Company: Grupo Filoa (www.grupofiloa.com)

Description: Grupo Filoa offers corporations and universities on-site food court and cafeteria catering solutions. The food court option includes ten diverse, proprietary brands, and all meals are designed by experienced restaurant chefs. Filoa has earned high satisfaction ratings from clients and their diners alike, providing highly personalized customer service and offering gourmet cafeteria food that people actually want to eat.



OTS (Optimal Technology Solutions)

Entrepreneurs: Ahmed & Hassan Hamdan

Company: OTS (www.otsdc.com)

Description: OTS offers digital communication solutions to help businesses communicate and form meaningful relationships with their customers through web and mobile channels. Its most popular service is a bulk SMS platform to send millions of messages in an instant, and it also offers digital and mobile advertising, social media management, web and mobile app development. OTS has expertise in effectively reaching consumer audiences throughout MENA, with offices in Saudi Arabia and six other countries in the region, and clients in 20 countries.




Entrepreneurs: Barry Kayton, Patrick Kayton

Company: Cognician (www.cognician.com)

Description: Specializing in people development software, Cognician offers an interactive solution to large companies that seek an effective, scalable method for disseminating training and educational materials to employees. Cognician’s proprietary cloud-based software helps users at these firms explore a particular topic through a question-and-answer process.


Entrepreneur: Sylvia Gruber

Company: RubyBox (www.rubybox.co.za)

Description: RubyBox is a try-before-you-buy beauty subscription start-up that has developed into one of South Africa’s leading online beauty destinations. RubyBox members pay a monthly subscription fee to receive a customized box of premium beauty samples from top international and local brands. After customers identify the perfect product, they can purchase the full-size version from Rubybox’s online store featuring more than 60 brands.




Entrepreneur: Eren Merzeci

Company: Nisfud (www.nisfud.com)

Description: First established as the exclusive distributor for many popular American and European food products such as Pepperidge Farm cookies, Nisfud has since pivoted to develop a new market for frozen savory borek pie products. These are sold at retail chains under the brand name Nefista, a play on the Turkish word for delicious. In addition, Nisfud offers hotels, restaurants, and cafes a variety of frozen sweet and savory products.


Endeavor Wins Bronze Stevie® Award

Endeavor was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Company of the Year – Non-Profit or Government Organizations category in The 10th Annual International Business Awards. 

The International Business Awards are one of five awards programs organized by the Stevies.   All individuals and organizations worldwide – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small – are eligible to submit nominations. The 2013 IBAs received entries from more than 50 nations and territories.

More than 3,300 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories, including Most Innovative Company of the Year, Management Team of the Year, Best New Product or Service of the Year, Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year, and Executive of the Year, among others.

Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 250 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process this year.   Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word for “crowned,” the awards will be presented to winners at a gala awards banquet at the W Hotel in Barcelona, Spain on 14 October.

“The 2013 International Business Awards are noteworthy for featuring the best collection of entries we have ever received,” said Michael Gallagher, president and founder of the Stevie Awards.  “The judges have been unanimous in their comments about the quality of achievements, and the expertise with which they were portrayed, in the nominations we received this year.  We extend our most heartfelt congratulations to all of this year’s Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie Award winners.”

Details about The International Business Awards and the lists of Stevie Award winners are available at www.StevieAwards.com/IBA.


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eMBA 2013 Field Report: Mobile Strategy at Brazil’s Minha Vida

Each summer Endeavor sends a number of incoming second-year MBA students, recruited from top schools, to work on-site with Endeavor Entrepreneurs on projects ranging from strategic planning to market expansion. The program is supported by a generous grant from Barclays. Following is a post from Allison Averill, who is spending the summer working with Endeavor Entrepreneurs at Brazil’s Minha Vida:

Five weeks into my project at Minha Vida in São Paulo, I couldn’t be happier with the progress we’ve been making. I’m working on mobile strategy for Dieta e Saúde, the largest online dieting program in Brazil. The Dieta e Saúde team is in the process of revamping their online platform and adding some exciting new products to their subscription-based dieting program. They’re taking a fresh look at their mobile products as part of this process. As I learned quickly, the project isn’t just about building an app with great features, it’s also about integrating mobile with the company’s overall business plan and coming up with a strategy that’s both cued in to the needs of the current user base and successful at acquiring new mobile-savvy customers.

I spent the first week getting up to speed with everything that’s going on in the company and in the mobile market in Brazil, which hasn’t quite reached U.S. levels ofsmartphone saturation, but isgetting there fast. From there, I began benchmarking Dieta e Saúde’s products against popular online and mobile dieting products in both the U.S. and Brazil. The proliferation of “freemium” weight loss apps, which offer the basics- a calorie counter, food database, and exercise tracking- for free and more advanced features for a monthly or annual subscription cost has changed the market in recent years. Still, established diets like Weight Watchers, Dukan, and South Beach, which offer their tools to paying subscribers only, are becoming more comfortable in the online space. Because Dieta e Saúde is a points-based dieting methodology, not just a calorie counter, it is important for us to find the right balance between these free tools and the more traditional diets that are expanding their products online.

I am currently working on designing surveys to collect some data from both our online subscribers and users of our free app. The idea is to figure out how we can improve user engagement by making the app a better tool for current subscribers, and how we can start converting more free app users into paying subscribers. If all goes well, I will have some data by the end of the week, present my findings to the team, and spend the last few weeks of the project working closely with my colleagues to map out a more detailed product plan.

I can’t thank the Minha Vida team enough for welcoming me into their office and making me feel right at home here in São Paulo. Although I am only here for a short time, I really look forward to following the company’s progress, especially in mobile. I am confident it will be great!


Endeavor and MIT G-Lab Mark 80th Student Engagement

Endeavor has been placing MBAs from top schools with entrepreneurs for over a decade.  This summer has seen a fresh crop of rising second-year MBA students from schools as diverse as Harvard, Stanford and NYU leave for summer projects with companies in eight different country affiliates ranging from Argentina to Saudi Arabia.

What originally started ten years ago as a summer program for students to have an international experience as a break from class work has now also become a core part of the curriculum at a number of major business schools.

For the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Lab program (G-Lab), 2013 will mark the 80th engagement that student teams have had with Endeavor companies.  Typical projects for MIT’s G-Lab with Endeavor Entrepreneurs have ranged from new market entry and strategic growth to Venture Capital, marketing, benchmarking, financial modeling and HR.

“We think of MIT G-Lab as a very cost effective three-month consulting engagement for emerging and frontier market start ups, fast growing SMEs and local VCs,” says faculty member Shari Loessberg, a familiar judge at Endeavor’s International Selection Panels.

Many companies return to G-Lab year after year.  A typical ongoing G-LAB/Endeavor relationship has been with Argentina’s Conexia, a leader in electronic medical records.  The company has welcomed four G-Lab teams to its Buenos Aires’ headquarters in the past four years to work on projects ranging from strategic planning to international expansion (note: On August 1, 2013,  Conexia announced its largest-ever contract, covering 7 million members of Colombia’s Saludcoop health insurer) and an MIT Case Study.

“In every high growth company you have important problems and also urgent problems.  The urgent ones are the ones that normally get most of the attention with the end result that many of the important problems do not get tackled they become urgent,” says Conexia CEO Luis Navas.  “G-Lab is a way for us to tackle some of these important problems, delivering very good results, at low cost and with limited demand on our time.”

A more recent convert to G-Lab is Kartuku, a mobile payments platform that was one of the first companies chosen by Endeavor’s new Indonesia affiliate after its launch in 2012.

“G-Lab gave us access to a talented and motivated team who actively brought together research in the US and insights from their home market (Brazil) to help Kartuku develop a new product strategy,” says company president Niki Luhur.  “The team quickly integrated within our organization and helped engage a key client for information gathering, financial modeling and an initial proposal and pitch.  We were extremely happy with their efforts, and hope to welcome a new team for another key project in the upcoming year.”

The Global Entrepreneurship lab matches teams of four, second-year MBAs with an Endeavor entrepreneur, who work remotely, part-time from MIT during the October – December term. In January, the G-lab teams work on-site full time from the company’s office.  The Entrepreneur determines what challenges, deliverables, and experience they expect from the G-Lab team. Typically, G-lab team members have 5-8 years of work experience, and range anywhere from 27 to 30 years of age. The teams have diverse backgrounds, with roughly 40% from the US and 60% with international backgrounds. Teams have broad work experience prior to MIT, including in consulting, technology, finance, or startups.

MIT G-Lab doesn’t charge any fees to participate, but the host companies are expected to pay for coach airfare from Boston as well as provide a simple, safe place for the team to reside while doing their work.

A new innovation for 2013 is a G-Lab CEO Summit at the MIT campus this fall for entrepreneurs who are participating in the program.  In addition to working in person with their G-Lab teams earlier in the cycle, the entrepreneurs will connect with resources from across the university including the MIT Media Lab, the entrepreneurship center and the Sloan School of Management. [The G-Lab CEO Summit will be held November 5 -6 at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, immediately before the Endeavor Gala and Branding Tour in New York].


August 2013 Newsletter

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2013 Endeavor Entrepreneur Summit Video: Jack Dorsey & Biz Stone

Renowned founder Jack Dorsey (Twitter, Square) wanted to be a sailor, tailor and painter before becoming an entrepreneur. His Twitter co-founder, Biz Stone, first flexed his entrepreneurial muscles when he started his high school’s lacrosse program. Listen in as they recount stories and insights from their entrepreneurial journeys.



Topic Breakdowns:

00:01 On having passion for what you do: Twitter vs Odeo

06:04 On company culture, communication and the impact of both on product/services

12:46 Problem solving at Twitter

15:39 Range and interpretation of Twitter

19:14 On leadership

21:13 On starting over: origin of Square and Jelly



Endeavor Entrepreneurs Andy Freire, Santiago Bilinkis, Marcos Galperin and Wences Casares join Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Larry Page as “most admired” entrepreneurs in Argentina

A new study published by Argentine research institute Prodem asked 1,000 Argentine entrepreneurs to name the entrepreneurs who had most inspired them.  Endeavor Argentina board chair and entrepreneur, Andy Freire, came in second only to Steve Jobs and just ahead of Bill Gates. Rounding out the list of the top 10 most admired worldwide were Endeavor Entrepreneurs Santiago Bilinkis, Marcos Galperin and Wences Casares.  The study has been publicized widely in Argentine media including leading newspapers such as Ambito Financiero, Clarin and Cronista Comercial.

The full ranking is below:

#1:  Steve Jobs
#2:  Andy Freire
#3: Bill Gates
#4: Santiago Bilinkis
#5:  Marcos Galperin
#6: Fulvio Pagani
#7:  Mark Zuckerberg
#8:  Larry Page
#9:  Ricky Sarkany
#10:  Wences Casares

Endeavor entrepreneurs took 5 of the top 10 spots when the list was limited to Argentina only with Globant co-founder and CEO Martin Migoya included as well.

The Prodem ranking is part of a larger study surrounding the importance of building entrepreneurial ecosystems to inspire the creation of new companies in Latin America.  The results confirm the importance of key individuals in inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs, a finding also explored by Endeavor Insight — which included many of the same entrepreneurs — in  an earlier study on the Argentine multiplier effect.


Spotlight on Endeavor’s Newest “Green” Entrepreneurs

Climate change and the protection of our environment have emerged as global issues. While individuals can limit the deterioration of the environment by changing little habits in their everyday lives, it is also crucial to get  companies across the globe involved, particularly in developing countries where attention to environmental issues has traditionally not been as strong as in the US or Europe.

Endeavor has over two dozen entrepreneurs across its portfolio whose businesses directly address climate change issues from energy conservation to waste-water management and agriculture (including natural fertilizers and other bio solutions). Enrique Gomez Junco of Optima Energia in Mexico has built a model business focused on energy saving solutions.  Luiz Chacon of Brazil’s SuperBAC is a pioneer of waste-water management solutions. Nicholas Cock Duque is building a line of eco-friendly household products at Ecoflora.

Thanks to a grant from Zennstrom Philanthropies, Endeavor continues to seek out and help emerging companies who can contribute to addressing climate change and become role models in their countries. Three companies selected over the past eighteen months provide great stories of the growing trend towards sustainable “green” entrepreneurship in developing countries.

Carrot is the first car sharing service in Mexico City. The founders, Jimena Pardo and Diego Solarzano, are determined to solve the pollution issue that is caused by the vast amount of traffic in Mexico City. Carrot not only makes it easy and affordable for individuals to get around Mexico City, but it also helps solve the pollution problem by encouraging people to share and use electric or hybrid cars. Over the past year Endeavor Mexico has built an advisory board for Carrot and provided mentors to aid with customer acquisition strategy, among other areas.


Bionativa develops, produces, and sells phytosanitary products, naturally derived fungicides, bactericides, biological stimulants, and bio-insecticides to Chile’s medium and large-scale farmers. These organic products are just as effective as chemical substitutes but are produced at a fraction of the cost. The founders, Eduardo Donoso and Paulo Escobar, have chosen to focus on Chile’s large, conventional agriculture industry rather than just focus on smaller organic producers. Given Chile’s pivotal role as a global supplier of fruits and vegetables, encouraging mainstream players to adopt organic inputs has the potential to have a major impact on the sector. Endeavor Chile has created an Advisory Board for Bionativa and is helping focus the management team on sales strategy.


Indonesia’s Tirta Marta produces innovative plastics – some produced from locally grown tapioca rather than petroleum – that decompose in only two to three years as opposed to the hundreds of years it takes generic plastic. Founder Sugianto Tandio, who was recently named a Schwab Social Entrepreneur of the Year, has convinced most of Indonesia’s largest retailers to buy these environmentally friendly plastic bags, thereby keeping millions of pounds of plastic from contaminating the environment. Next stop, the US market. Since being selected at the Athens ISP in March 2013, Endeavor has already arranged ten mentoring sessions for Sugianto.

Endeavor has always believed in the power of local role models.  Hopefully, the entrepreneurs behind Carrot, Bionativa and Tirta Marta and the many other Endeavor “green” entrepreneurs can prove that “green” business can be a profitable alternative.


Endeavor Board Chair Edgar Bronfman, Jr. Visits Colombia: Meets with President, Entrepreneurs and Local Business Leaders

Endeavor board chairman Edgar Bronfman, Jr.’s successful visit to Colombia was capped by a meeting with Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos.

Bronfman spent a week visiting Bogotá and Medellín, meeting with local business leaders, Endeavor Entrepreneurs and mentors.  The trip to Medellín was particularly timely as Endeavor Colombia is looking to locate a regional office there. During the meeting with Santos, Bronfman and Endeavor Colombia Managing Director Adriana Suarez (pictured at left together with the president) discussed Endeavor’s activities in Colombia and the possibilities for Endeavor to provide advice to the presidential office on how to further develop and strengthen Colombia’s emerging entrepreneurial ecosystem. Endeavor’s Insight team is currently completing a mapping study of the Bogotá ecosystem that should be a valuable resource.

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