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Endeavor Jordan Hosts Second Annual “Catalyzing Conversations” Event with Top Members of the Global Network

Endeavor Jordan hosted the second annual ‘Catalyzing Conversations’ event in collaboration with the 59th Endeavor International Selection Panel in Amman. ‘Catalyzing Conversations’ is a multi-tiered event featuring a series of interactive and motivational discussions with business leaders, entrepreneurs […]

June 30th, 2015 — by admin

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Turkey’s Iyzico Raises Series B Round of Funding with Participation from Endeavor Catalyst

The Istanbul-based Iyzico, founded by Endeavor Entrepreneurs Barbaros Özbugutu and Tahsin Isın, raised a  $6.2 million Series B round of funding led by IFC, 212 and Speedinvest, with participation from Endeavor Catalyst.  The payments company provides a platform to […]

May 28th, 2015 — by admin

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Chile’s DBS Beauty Store Plans Acquisition by National Pharmaceuticals Brand SalcoBrand

Chile’s DBS Beauty Store, founded by entrepreneur Dominque Rosenberg, recently announced plans to be acquired by Chilean pharmaceuticals giant SalcoBrand. DBS currently operates over 30 stores throughout Chile in addition to a variety of other distribution channels. Formed in 2006, DBS is dedicated to the distribution of beauty products for professional and consumer use, representing over 35 international brands.

SalcoBrand, which owns national brands like PreUnic, MakeUp, Medcell, Medipharm and Pharma Benefits, has a portfolio of over 500 stores in Chile. The acquisition, according to SalcoBrand, complements the range of beauty and health products featured in the firm‘s premium segments. DBS will continue to operate autonomously under the brand and the executive team will continue to lead management. Both parties are currently awaiting approval from the National Economic Prosecutor (FNE) to validate the acquisition.

Selected as an Endeavor Entrepreneur 2011, Dominique and DBS have created more than 400 jobs and reports sales in the millions. Tired of shuttling around Santiago to buy assorted brands of mascara, moisturizers and the like, Dominique founded DBS with the vision to reinvent the consumer beauty experience in Chile. DBS has introduced a convenient and fun shopping experience that includes both beauty products imported from around the world and private label products. Endeavor has provided Dominique with a custom advisory board of industry experts and mentors who have helped guide the team on growth, acquisition and product development strategies.

Read more about the news in Chilean media by clicking here.


December 2014 Newsletter

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2014 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Morocco Spotlights the Endeavor Network

GES2014The 5th Annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit took place in Marrakech, Morocco this year, serving as one of the world’s largest celebrations of entrepreneurs who bring ideas to life by creating enterprises, driving economic growth and expanding human welfare. The event attracted over 3,000 participants to Morocco, including top entrepreneurs, high-level government officials, corporate leaders, students, and innovators from all over the world. The event was supported by Endeavor Morocco and featured key members of the local network.

As a knowledge partner of the GES, Endeavor Morocco produced a learning track on “Scale-Up Experiences” during which high-impact entrepreneurs shared stories of the challenges they faced while scaling their companies and multiplying their impact. Rhett Morris, Director of Endeavor Insight, also participated in a plenary session on “transforming the speed and scale of entrepreneurship” and presented the preliminary results of a research initiative on Casablanca’s entrepreneurship ecosystem. Watch Rhett’s address below.

Endeavor Entrepreneur Youssef Chaqor, founder of Kilimanjaro, had the opportunity to meet and participate in a roundtable discussion with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden. Youssef was cited by the U.S. Administrator for small businesses, Maria Contreras-Sweet, during the GES closing speech and was highlighted as an inspiring high-impact entrepreneur who is helping to support the next generation of entrepreneurs.

“Youssef pioneered a method to transform waste into energy by recycling used cooking oil into biofuel that reduces carbon emission by 70% compared to petroleum,” said Contreras-Sweet in her speech. “It’s an amazing advancement in science, but that’s not where Youssef’s story ends. Youssef is now creating a network of young entrepreneurs in charge of collecting oil from households to help improve the air that we breath. By 2020, Youssef hopes to create thousands of new jobs through this collection program. One entrepreneurs’ work holds the potential to create thousands of micro-entrepreneurs. You don’t have to be a brilliant scientist to change the world. We all have a role to play.” Watch the full speech below.

Endeavor Morocco was also present in the Innovation Village, where the team organized a booth to present the organization’s model and impact both in Morocco and on a global scale.

View video recaps of the entire Summit by clicking here.

Endeavor Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week Around the World; Focuses on the Impact of Scale-Ups


Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2014 took place from November 17th – 23rd with a number of activities in celebration of the innovators and leaders that are transforming economies and promoting ecosystems of entrepreneurship worldwide. This year, more than a dozen Endeavor offices around the world hosted events during the week, joining 150 countries and more than 25,000 global activities and competitions. Each November, GEW works with supporting organizations to foster opportunities for collaboration, discussion and inspiration.

On social media, Endeavor Twitter handles globally participated in a campaign focused on the impact of scale-ups and their impact on economies and job creation. This campaign took the form of visuals highlighting the numbers of jobs created by Endeavor Entrepreneurs in all 20 of the markets the organization operates in, from Argentina to South Africa. In addition, Endeavor hosted a Twitter conversation with top entrepreneurship influencers focused on the #ScaleUpImpact of high-growth entrepreneurial ventures, inspired by The Global Scale Up Declaration. View highlights from the chat by clicking here.


Below are highlights of Endeavor’s GEW activities in a selection of countries where the organization has an established or growing presence.


Endeavor Argentina organized an Experiencia Endeavor event in the city of Mendoza to highlight the development of the local entrepreneurial ecosystem, promoting Endeavor’s mission and entrepreneurs’ success stories. Endeavor Argentina also announced the expansion of its offices to Patagonia and Mendoza, both of which will be operating by 2015.


In addition to leading the movement in Brazil by mobilizing partners, defining the national campaign and organizing key activities, Endeavor Brazil hosted  eight official “opening” events across its local offices. All of these events explored the theme of this year’s national campaign under the brand “Don’t Let Any Obstacle Be Greater Than Your Dream”, which brought together experts and entrepreneurs to discuss the challenges facing local ecosystems. Endeavor Brazil also participated in events organized by its partners, including a discussion on legislation related to entrepreneurial education hosted by the Chamber of Deputies and a competition for the best education initiatives conceived by the GEW National Board.


Endeavor Brazil MD Juliano Seabra spoke at a national GEW event


Endeavor Chile promoted and hosted several large scale events across the country, including Endeavor Experiencia Patagonia which was one of the largest national events put on during GEW. Experiencias are high-impact events hosted by Latin American offices which seek to contribute to the development of local entrepreneurial ecosystems through workshops, presentations, discussions and more. Startup Day Chile closed GEW week with support from Endeavor Chile. Startup Day  is an event series of lectures and conferences for entrepreneurs with the goal of motivating and inspiring the 300 participants. Several GEW Chile program events took place all around the country, including a celebration of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day – it was the the first “Girls in Tech” event in Viña del Mar that aimed to kickstart a local community of women in technology.


Endeavor Colombia was a major player in its local GEW events, helping to support a marked increase in participation nationwide – nearly 100,000 people attended Colombian events this year compared to only 2,200 in 2012. More than 420 activities were held throughout the country and Colombia stood out for its proactive and innovative initiatives. In Latin America, Colombia was recognized for organizing the most events and placed fifth globally behind the UK, the U.S., Algeria and Canada.


Endeavor Egypt worked closely with the U.S. Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and the Embassy of the United States in Cairo to organize a half-day event titled “Entrepreneurship: From Start Up to Scale Up”. The event took place on November 19th during Women’s Entrepreneurship Day and all the talks and presentations were given by influential women in the entrepreneurship ecosystem. Endeavor Egypt Managing Director Heba Gamal gave the keynote speech, addressing Endeavor’s role in the ecosystem as well as the Endeavor multiplier effect.


For the fourth year, Endeavor Jordan partnered with INJAZ, a non-profit youth organization, to host an educational event for INJAZ students during GEW. This year, Endeavor Entrepreneur company The Online Project led a two-hour workshop on “Social Media for Start-Ups: How to Accelerate Your Business”. The workshop was held at INJAZ’s headquarters and attended by students from the Company Start-Up Program (part of INJAZ’s Entrepreneurship and Employment unit). Participants received a comprehensive introduction on the value of social media for marketing their businesses, as well as tips and advice on effectively promoting new products and services online.


Endeavor Jordan hosted a workshop focused on social media


As part of GEW in Lebanon, dozens of SMEs and industry leaders gathered on November 19th at Beirut Digital District (BDD) for IGNITE, a first-of-its-kind event where entrepreneurs pitched their products and discussed commercial deals with C-suite representatives from large corporations. Organized by Endeavor Lebanon and Beirut Digital District, the event united suppliers and buyers from the best Lebanese startups and leading companies in the real estate and finance sectors. Through a series of 15-minute discussions with each of the participating corporations, every attending entrepreneur got the chance to showcase their products and hear honest expert feedback, in a speed dating format. The entrepreneurs’ one-on-one meetings with decision makers and industry veterans offered much-needed market feedback on the proposed products. The speed dating sessions were followed by a networking event.


Endeavor Peru showed its support for various organizations that propel the regional ecosystem by being a part of a number of GEW events. The team was also involved in a number of conferences about entrepreneurship, including Start-Up APEC, an event that promotes innovative businesses and entrepreneurship in Asian-Pacific economies. Endeavor Peru was also represented at an entrepreneurship conference in Universidad San Ignacio de Loyol and as a judge in a business project competition at IPAE School of Business.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Endeavor KSA participated in a number of GEW activities across the country. For the first time in Gizan, Endeavor KSA joined the First Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum, which was attended by students, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship-supporting organizations. Endeavor KSA Managing Director Rakan Al Eidi and Endeavor KSA entrepreneur Loai Neseem, founder of Lomar, got on stage and shared their stories and the impact of Endeavor to inspire youth in the region. The Asharqia Young Businessmen Council in the eastern side of the Kingdom organized its GEW event at the Asharqia Chamber hosting Rakan and Naif Alqahtani, LSS founder, to discuss the impact of Endeavor. Outside of the country, entrepreneur Lateefa Alwaalan, founder of Yatooq, joined the fifth Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Morocco, which highlighted the impact of technology on modern entrepreneurship. Lateefa served on a panel about promoting women’s entrepreneurship along with other recognized female entrepreneurs.


The Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Morocco featured entrepreneurs from Endeavor KSA

South Africa

Endeavor South Africa hosted one GEW event at the Johannesburg office. The guest speaker was Jenali Skuse, Employer Branding Consultant at Universum, who addressed a gathering of over a dozen people in this closed event. Skuse highlighted the importance of attracting and retaining the best talent as a key determinant of business success. She also delivered an informative and inspirational session on the basics of employer branding, talent attraction and retention. This was followed by a breakfast and an opportunity to network. In addition, Endeavor South Africa supported over 120 regional activities.


Endeavor Spain Managing Director Adrian Garcia-Aranyos spoke at a GEW event with thought leaders like Jerome Engel and Pedro Nueno, where the board of GEW gave an elevator pitch on the challenges of entrepreneurship. Endeavor Spain also took part in an ANDE (Aspen Institute) event on entrepreneurship in the Mediterranean region.


Endeavor Turkey’s reach during GEW has expanded to 252 events with 239 partners in 48 cities. The office created a movie screening roadshow for the Alibaba.com movie ‘Crocodile in the Yangtze’, with the VIP attendance of the movie director and former Alibaba VP Porter Erisman. It was screened in seven universities in two cities (Istanbul & Ankara) and  at two VIP events, one of which was an annual signature event titled the Good Initiative Summit. Endeavor Turkey also partnered with the Istanbul Stock Exchange for the third year for the opening ceremony of GEW Turkey. They formally launched their new Private Market Platform in this kickoff event. With more than 200 attendees, Endeavor Turkey Managing Director Didem Altop curated an investors panel, where Turkey’s investment environment was spotlighted.


Endeavor Uruguay participated in 21 events hosted by 15 organizations across the country with over 4,300 attendees. The office also hosted an Experiencia event with over 200 participants focused on the importance of mentorship for entrepreneurs. A “Mas Emprendedoras” seminar convened female entrepreneurs from across the region, bringing together over 350 women to listen to the stories of key female Endeavor Entrepreneurs in the network. Endeavor Uruguay also supported a number of competitions, incubators, presentations and events providing advice to entrepreneurs and forums for discussion.


Endeavor Uruguay hosted an event for female entrepreneurs

South Africa’s Silulo Ulutho Technologies Honored by Junior Chamber International for Entrepreneurial Accomplishment

siluloSouth African entrepreneur Luvuyo Rani, who co-founded Silulo Ulutho Technologies with his brother Lonwabo Rani, was honored by Junior Chamber International (JCI) as a top “Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World”  in the business, economic and entrepreneurial accomplishment sector. Silulo Ulutho is a leading regional IT solutions firm that encompasses computer training courses, internet cafés, business centers and IT retail and repair services.

Luvuyo represented South Africa at the JCI World Congress in November in Leipzig, Germany as one of only two Africans nominated for the award. The JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World program honors 10 outstanding young people under the age of 40 each year. These individuals exemplify the spirit of the JCI mission to serve their communities and provide extraordinary service to their regions. Whether through service, innovation, determination or revolutionary thinking, they create positive impact on a local and global level. These ten exceptional individuals were honored at the 2014 JCI Awards Ceremony on November 28th during the World Congress event.

Growing up in a small town in South Africa, Luvuyo received an education in technical skills and business administration. After teaching accounting and entrepreneurship at the high school level, Rani decided to change his career path and focus on increasing access to technology in his hometown. He started by opening an Internet café that also offered computer training and IT support for local citizens. Expanding his services from the Internet café to a full-scale business, Rani and his brother started Silulo Ulutho, selling refurbished computers, providing IT training and writing business profiles and plans for local businesses. Their work addresses the IT skills gap faced in their community with a specific goal to reduce unemployment by creating sustainable job opportunities.

Selected in 2011, Silulo continues to expand with the help of Endeavor’s network. The Rani brothers were set up with an Advisory Board and were provided  introductions to local business leaders with expertise in everything from IT services to restaurant management. Endeavor also connected Luvuyo and Lonwabo to mentors from top partners like EY, which provided the team with strategic financial guidance.

Learn more about the JCI awards by clicking here.

Chile’s Drillco Tools Visits Endeavor South Africa; Explores Regional Expansion

drillco toolsChilean entrepreneur company Drillco Tools, founded by Rolando Carmona, recently sent Managing Director Jorge Correa to visit Johannesburg, South Africa for a mining-focused exposition. During his visit, the Endeavor South Africa office was able to assist Jorge with arranging meetings with local business leaders as the company explores the potential for a South African expansion. Demonstrating the reach and impact of Endeavor, Drillco was able to leverage the network’s resources on a global scale.

While Jorge’s initial visit in November was only for a week, team members from Endeavor South Africa were able to help him secure meetings and introductions with industry players both in entrepreneur and mentor networks. As a result, he intends to return again for follow-up meetings as Drillco explores the viability of an expansion into the region.

Among other events throughout Jorge’s visit, Endeavor was able to help arrange:

– Interviews with candidates for a Business Development manager position, which was facilitated and administered by Endeavor Entrepreneur company CallForce Driect, founded by Candice Roberts

– A partnership with a network member to facilitate business registration in South Africa on behalf of Drillco

– A partnership with a network member to assist in the sourcing of office space for Drillco

– A meeting with the procurement manager of De Beers Group of Companies

Since joining the Endeavor network in 2003,  Rolando has served as both a panelist and mentor for the Endeavor network, giving back to the local ecosystem by supporting the next generation of Endeavor Entrepreneurs. Drillco has also benefited from a number of network connections with business leaders and other entrepreneur companies, as well as Endeavor talent initiatives including the eMBA, G-Lab and EY Vantage programs.

Watch below for a video about Jorge’s visit to South Africa:

Colombia’s Ecoflora Receives Investment from Impact Investment Firm EcoEnterprises Fund

Colombia’s Ecoflora, founded by Endeavor Entrepreneur LogoEcoflora2Nicolás Cock Duque, recently received an investment from impact investment firm EcoEnterprises Fund. The investment represents the first investment of the Fund in a Colombian company. A biopesticides company based in Medellin, Ecoflora is an innovative business that focuses on developing natural solutions for integrated and sustainable pest and disease management.

With products derived from plants and the rich biological environment in Colombia, the company has successfully created several lines of plant-based biopesticides for both regional and global markets. Ecoflora has transformed the region’s industry and demonstrated Colombia’s potential for high-impact entrepreneurial growth. With over 15 products and 30 applications developed over the past decade, the company is a testament to the potential of emerging markets to drive innovation, having already filed for nearly a dozen patents on an international scale.

“There has been a rising demand in consumer preferences for more natural, less toxic sustainable agricultural products. Growers are feeling increasing pressure to reduce residues downstream, from food processors to the largest food retailers. The result has been that biological solutions have gained more market traction and share,” said John McKenna, Senior Investment Officer for EcoEnterprises Fund. “The efficacy, biodegradability and non-toxicity of Ecoflora’s products offer an environmentally sustainable and holistic approach to crop management solutions compared with traditional methods. This has significant positive environmental and social impact benefits.”

Biopesticides currently represent only 4% of the $50b global pesticide market, yet demand for the products are growing five times faster than the more common synthetic chemical pesticides. The impetus behind this trajectory has been rising competition for new and improved products and consumer trends for natural, less toxic sustainable agricultural products. Biopesticides are derived from natural materials as animals, plants, bacteria, and certain minerals.

Ecoflora currently sells its products in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Costa Rica. The Company recently received EPA approval in the United States for one of its core products and is expecting additional regulatory approvals in other countries within the next 24 months. Since being selected as an Endeavor Entrepreneur in  2007, Nicolás has been an active network member, receiving  local publicity support and mentorship while also participating in the eMBA and G-Lab programs, the 2013 Endeavor Summit, and more.

Endeavor Investor Network’s Mexico Venture Forum Gathers 140+ Investors and Entrepreneurs in Monterrey

Investor network LogoOn November 19th and 20th, Endeavor Global and Endeavor Mexico hosted the final Investor Network Event of 2014 in Monterrey, Mexico. The event gathered leading US and Mexican venture investors as well as Endeavor Entrepreneurs and candidate companies from Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Peru. In total, over 140 participants attended the two day event.

The event kicked off with a keynote presentation by Manuel J. Molano from the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO), who gave an overview of Mexico’s macroeconomic outlook over the next few years.  This was followed by an “investor-only” roundtable discussion, featuring Hernan Fernandez (Angel Ventures Mexico) & Rogelio de Los Santos (Alta Ventures), focused on the challenges and opportunities to building a sustainable venture ecosystem in Mexico. Simultaneous to this session, Endeavor Mentor David Frazee led a workshop for Endeavor Entrepreneurs on best practices in raising venture capital.


Participants of the 2014 Mexico Venture Forum in Monterrey

A subsequent panel moderated by Kristen Durham (Silicon Valley Bank) highlighted the role of corporate venture groups and corporate acquirers in Mexico’s ecosystem.  The session featured representatives from leading corporates active in Mexico including Jose Antonio Fernandez (FEMSA), Rodrigo Gutierrez (Payback Mexico/American Express), and John Hyland (Assured Labor/Monster.com).  During the afternoon, over 240 formal speed-networking connections were made during two rounds of one-on-one networking between Endeavor Entrepreneurs and Investor Network Members.

Day two of the event brought together key players from the broader Mexican ecosystem including local family offices and accelerator companies. During the breakfast sessions, global investors had an opportunity to connect with local venture capital firms and family offices while Endeavor Entrepreneurs had a chance to network with accelerator companies from Monterrey.

The morning consisted of two sessions. In the first, global investors David Frazee (Richmond Global), Martin Gedalin (Lumia Capital) & Nazar Yasin (Rise Capital) gave “TED-style” talks highlighting their firms’ approach toward investing and why they want to do business in Mexico. In the session that followed, Arturo Galvan (Naranya), Toby Clarence-Smith (Petsy), Manolo Diaz (Yogome) and Antonio Diaz (Provive) took to the stage to discuss the new innovations and opportunities present in their verticals.

The afternoon consisted of seven different breakout sessions (organized by vertical) that investors could choose to attend depending on their interest. Each session featured 6-7 entrepreneurs from a specific vertical (e.g. mobile, platforms, ed-tech/health-tech, traditional industries, social impact, etc.).

View the event booklet here for a list of all of the entrepreneurs and investors in attendance and learn more about the Endeavor Investor Network by clicking here.

Endeavor Hosts Retail, Food & Beverage Tour for Endeavor Entrepreneurs, Features Presentations from Top Industry Brands

retailfnbEndeavor hosted a Retail, Food & Beverage Industry Tour for select entrepreneurs in its network, providing them with a rare look into the operations of  some top global brands in each industry. The two-day tour included a mix of presentations, networking events and site visits, where executives and experts from a variety of fields provided insights into their businesses.

The tour kicked off at the Endeavor Global offices in New York City with presentations from executives from Goode Partners, Red Antler, Silas Capital, General Atlantic, and Barclays. The morning sessions focused on topics ranging from financing growth to branding to startup strategies. Amir Fayo, an NYC-based Brand Architect, also led an exciting morning session on Emotional Branding for the entrepreneurs. Next, the tour was divided into two segments, one aimed at Retail and the other at Food & Beverage. The Retail track brought entrepreneurs on a tour with Design Within Reach, a luxury home goods and furniture brand, which highlighted the company’s digital transformation. They then moved on to a site visit to e-commerce giant Gilt, which discussed recruitment, customer service and more with the participants. The Food & Beverage track featured presentations from OLO, a digital food ordering provider, and a site visit to Craft Restaurants Group. The visit to Craft allowed participants to learn about expansion strategies and tour the company’s facilities.

The final day of the tour brought all of the participants on a walk through of the rapidly growing retail chain Eataly, which focuses on food and cooking goods. Participants then split into Retail and Food & Beverage tracks again, with the Retail segment meeting with Cipriani Accessories and moving on to visit the offices of international luxury brand Tory Burch, who spoke to the group in-person on growing a billion-dollar business. The Food & Beverage segment met with representatives from NYC-based fast-casual restaurant chain Dig Inn and discussed customer loyalty strategies with FanXchange, an online re-seller of event tickets.

See social media highlights from the tour below.

MercadoLibre’s Marcos Galperin Joins Board of Argentina Entrepreneur Company Onapsis

OnapsisMercadoLibre CEO Marcos Galperin, a board member of Endeavor Argentina and one of Endeavor’s first entrepreneurs, joined the Board of Directors of Onapsis. Founded by Endeavor Entrepreneurs Mariano Nuñez and Victor Montero, Onapsis is a leading business security solutions provider to top technology firms like SAP and Oracle. This news demonstrates the power of Endeavor’s model and the importance of entrepreneurs who give back to their local ecosystems.

Onapsis gives organizations the adaptive advantage to succeed in securing business-critical applications by combining technology, research and analytics. Onapsis enables every security and compliance team an adaptive approach to focus on the factors that matter most to their business– critical applications that house vital data and run business processes including SAP Business Suite, SAP HANA and SAP Mobile deployments.

“I understand, first-hand, the importance of securing complex and critical business systems,” said Mr. Galperin. “The data and information that is held within applications such as enterprise resource planning, supply chain and business intelligence is critical to the running of a large business. With the rise of security breaches, enterprises are quickly realizing the importance of securing these critical applications. Onapsis has a strong vision, talented and committed entrepreneurs and founders, and a relevant set of solutions that combine technology and expert knowledge. It was a sound investment, and I am excited to join the Board of Directors to further support the rapid growth of the business.”

Selected in 1999 and most recognized for co-founding MercadoLibre, the largest e-commerce ecosystem in Latin America, Galperin is considered to be a top internet entrepreneur. MercadoLibre has over 3,000 employees, operates in 13 countries and delivers a robust online trading environment with over 80 million transactions conducted in the last 12 months. The company and its three founders have become Endeavor success stories and champions of the organization and its entrepreneurs worldwide. Prior to being appointed, Galperin had also invested in Onapsis.

“Mr. Galperin’s vast experience in building and maintaining a robust business- with technology that has scaled to 13 countries and to over 110 million registered users – is an incredible asset to Onapsis,” said Mariano Nuñez, CEO of Onapsis. “We look forward to benefiting from his insight and counsel. He has been a supporter of Onapsis, our mission and the need to secure business applications since the beginning. Having him join our Board is a great endorsement to our team and the execution of our mission.”

Since joining the Endeavor network in 2011, Mariano and Victor have received tailored mentorship and strategic advising through Endeavor’s global network. In addition, the team has made a number of investor connections with the help of the Endeavor Investor Network while regularly participating in global tours and conferences.

Read more about the news in Onapsis’ press release by clicking here.

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