TORONTO, September 22, 2020 – LatAm Startups is delighted to announce four international tech companies accepted into the Startup Visa Program. 

The Startup Visa Program started on September 15 and will run until February 15, in which they will continue to be under monitor for one year. From September to February, the startups will receive mentoring sessions tailored to company growth, sales, investors and other key players in the market. LatAm Startups will also aid in identifying opportunities to get loans and grants, as well as helping the companies gain access to the local talent they need.

Meet the New Generation

BrandMySkills connects the people who are looking for a professional and spend lot of time but unsure of whom to hire, with the professionals who put lots of money in marketing but do not get enough business. 

“We are aiming a massive growth in the next 6 to 8 months by covering majority of the neighbourhoods of Ontario. We have a very strong product and a solid plan to back up the growth. From scale up bootcamp to Startup Visa acceptance, our journey with LatAm Startups has been amazing. With their help, we were able to achieve an astonishing success and a better future path to grow and scale globally. “Hardik Mahant, CEO

Colmakers is an IoT EdTech company that creates Kini, an educational robot connected to the internet. Kini helps children to get better at logical thinking while encouraging their imagination. They can learn how to code by using the Kini App and build their career for the future through our tailored lesson plan.

“Being part of the LatAm Startups program is an honour and also making it through to the final stage is a way of thanking all of those who have supported us since we arrived in Canada. Toronto has presented us with more opportunities than we could have imagined. Its tech ecosystem has allowed us to rapidly validate our market and get into a position of start planning on creating new jobs.”Fernando Vega and Juliana Montoya, Co-Founders

Origyns is an online platform aimed at revolutionizing the way Canadians shop for furniture online by giving them the power to customize like no other store in Canada. All of their products are 100% Canadian-made and allow consumers to customize to their heart’s content.

“Our journey with LatAm Startups was amazing starting from Bootcamp to Softlanding program. Getting accepted for the Startup Visa program the guidance and mentorship given to us by LatAm Startups was exceptional – it helped us a lot in shaping our company for success in Canada.”Kartik Sharma, CEO

NEOJETS is an end-to-end ecosystem that empowers charter brokers to provide instantly bookable private flights to their clients, without the overhead costs and risks of running their own brokerage.

“Being part of the LatAm Startups program at this moment in our company has been nothing short of awesome. We were able to connect to people that could point us the right feedback in improving the way we communicate. I’m also excited that I’ll be able to bring my team to Canada, a place where I found talents in abundance to fulfill our marketing and technology future hires.”Bruno Santiago, CEO

For more information about the Startup Visa Program with LatAm Startups, please visit https://latamstartups.org/programs/startup-visa-program/

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