Magma inaugurates first China-LatAm startup accelerator

Friday 9 February 2018 | 10:23 CET | News
US and Latin America-based venture capital firm Magma Partners has announced the launch of the Sino-Latin America Accelerator in partnership with Chinese co-working space Kr Space and with the support of the Chinese government. The startup accelerator will have a physical presence within Kr Space in Shanghai and Beijing, host monthly events, and provide a space for both investors and Chinese and Latin American entrepreneurs to come together.

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