This year’s acceleration program was 100% digital due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19.
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MassChallenge Mexico announced the top 10 of its startups finalists Acceleration program 2020who submit their final decision to an expert jury that selects this year’s winners. The award ceremony will take place on December 3rd as part of the 2020 award ceremony, a 100% digital event with free access.
The Acceleration program This year was 100% digital due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, unlike previous years when the mentoring and academic program took place in person in the organization’s offices. This modality allowed more startups from Latin America to join the accelerator and actively participate in the momentum that we offer year after year.
Next, find the startups that make up the top 10:
1. Verqor (Mexico)
It is a cashless lending platform for farmers in the supply chain that aims to empower, connect and financially educate farmers around the world.
2. MAP DAY (Mexico)
It is an intelligent logistics assistant for SMEs and offers a route optimization system to make deliveries on the last mile more efficient.
3. Mesa (Chile)
Help restaurants attract customers outside of peak hours with dynamic time-based discounts to generate new revenue.
4. M from Maní (Mexico)
Healthy packaged foods with high nutritional value in Mexican supermarkets.
5. Chisel (Mexico)
It is an electronic signature solution that transfers legal ownership of blockchain to LATAM.
The award ceremony will take place on December 3 as part of the 2020 award ceremony / Image: MassChallenge México
6. Imix Digital Correspondents (Colombia)
It is an omnichannel platform that connects financial institutions with local businesses and enables the creation of networks of financial services essential to financial inclusion.
7. BINK (Mexico)
It is a nanobiotechnology company that develops dyes from genetically modified microorganisms to reduce the toxic components of current dyes in the textile industry.
8. Vikidz (Mexico)
It is an educational esports platform that teaches math through healthy competition.
9. Signamy (Mexico)
It’s a assistive technology for the deaf community that enables businesses to translate their websites into sign language by simply installing a plugin.
10. Jelp (Mexico)
It is a B2B work platform focused on the end-user experience in the home improvement industry.
To meet the winners of the 2020 Acceleration Program, we invite you to take part in our 2020 awards ceremony on December 3 at 11 a.m. Mexican city time. Register for free at this link.