7 startups join güil’s international launch program in Latin America 

Güil Mobility Ventureshas announced the top mobility startupsSelection for its zero-cost, equity-free nature program. ParticipatingCompanies will have the chance to raise $1.5million and land in LatAm under the guidance of the world’s leading mentors.

EstablishedBy the Kaufmanngroup, one South America’s largest automobile distributors, güil is an internationalTechnology hub that promotes impactful mobility solutions globally ItsThe ecosystem includes a VC Fund, a Soft Computing Fund, and a Soft Computing Fund. launch programA company builder and a consultant. Güil has already built an impressive “resume”; they’ve helped create and develop market unicorns like Awto, LatAm’s most popular car sharing service.

SevenCompanies made it possible güil’s final selection, where they can connect professionally with the region’s most established stakeholders and VCs. DuringThe 14-week personal soft-landing program startupsAccess to güil’sThey have access to a global network that allows them to collaborate with corporations on pilots.

TheThe following is a list of participants:

Eccocar, SpainA platform to launchOperate, scale and manage digital mobility services

Lazarillo, Chile/U.S. is a mobile platform and app that aims to increase mobility and decrease anxiety for the visually impaired and blind.

Nemodata, IsraelPowered by data and artificial Intelligence, ‘the next generation of sustainable fleet operations’

Privauto, MexicoRide-hailing platform allowing you to rent a car and pay as you go

Carbula, ChileYou can sell your used vehicle for up to 25% more on a platform called.

MUV, ParaguayThe first app in ParaguayYou can travel safely and efficiently with drivers who offer the best-quality services at a fixed price.

Flapz, Colombia/Israel, a marketplace that connects passengers with regional operators certified for seamless flying experiences.

FundsThey have already confirmed their participation inThe programInclude: BDev Ventures (U.S.), MobilityFund (Germany), WAYRA (Spain), Endeavor (Chile), and many more.

About güil Mobility Ventures

TheMobility tech hub was established in2019 by the Kaufmann group, an automobile distributor established in1950 and headquartered in Santiago, Chile. Güil’s objective is to create and support startupsDedicated to mobility. TheseSolutions are user-centric and have a social, economic, or environmental impact. Güil Mobility VenturesSoft comprises a soft launch program, a VC fund and a company builder that creates new companies. Within the company builder, güil has also launched a programSo called Recycled VenturesGet support startupsLooking to reinvent themselves. The word “güil” itself has two meanings: “wheel,” as in mobility, and “will,” as in “willpower.”







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