MassChallenge Mexico Announces 2020 Top 10 Startups 

The group is made up of startups from Chile, Colombia, and Mexico; prize winners will be announced on December 3, 2020. 

November 10, 2020 (Mexico City) – MassChallenge Mexico, part of MassChallenge’s global network of innovators, today announced the top 10 startups in its 2020 accelerator program. These startups will now pitch a jury of experts, which will name the prize winners from the cohort. The prizes will be annnounced on December 3, 2020 at 11:00am CT during the MassChallenge Mexico Awards Ceremony – a completely digital event open to the community. Register for free here

COVID-19 presented us with the challenge of providing a 100% digital program that would maintain the quality and benefits that our face-to-face program provides, and we succeeded. With this, we had the opportunity for more startups from outside of Mexico to participate in our program without the complications of having to move to Mexico City. The diversity and commitment of this year’s finalist startups will be treasured forever, stated the Managing Director, Camila Lecaros.

37 startups from around the world participated in the 2020 MassChallenge Mexico accelerator. Due to COVID-19 the program was held entirely online; this format made it possible for more startups from Latin America to actively participate in the accelerator and get access to the vital resources, intentional partnerships, and community they need to grow. 

MassChallenge Mexico Top Startups 2020

BINK (Mexico): A Nanobiotech company that develops dyes grown from genetically modified microorganisms to reduce the toxic components of current dyes in the textile industry.

CINCEL (Mexico): The electronic signature solution that tokenize and transfer legal ownership on the blockchain for LATAM.

Corresponsales Digitales Imix (Colombia): An platform that connects financial institutions with local stores enabling the creation of phygital financial services networks for financial inclusion.

Jelp (Mexico): A B2B work platform focused on end-user experience in the home improvement industry.

M de Maní (Mexico): Healthy packaged food products with high nutritious value in the Mexican supermarkets.

MAP TAG (Mexico): An intelligent logistic assistant for SMEs, they provide a route optimization system to make last-mile deliveries more efficient.

Mesa (Chile): Helps restaurants attract customers at off-peak times with dynamic time-based discounts to generate new revenue.

Signamy (Mexico): An assistive technologies for the Deaf Company with which companies can translate their websites to Sign Language just by installing a plugin.

Verqor (Mexico): A cashless credit line platform for supply chain farmers, aiming to financially empower/connect/skill farmers around the world.

Vikidz (Mexico): An educational e-sports platform that trains mathematics using a healthy competition.

MassChallenge Mexico Partners

Baker McKenzie, Bancolombia, CEMEX, Facebook, Greenberg Traurig, IDB Lab, Nestlé, Simon-Kucher & Partners, The Crafters, Universal Music Group.

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