Uruguay signs cooperation agreement to work with startups from São Paulo, Brazil

With this new collaboration, two of the most dynamic tech regions in all of Latin America are integrating. The first round of business between companies and investors is planned for September.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, August 18, a cooperation agreement with Uruguay will be signed at São Paulo City Hall to open that country's market to startups from the city. The agreement will allow organizing a first investment round in September.

The partnership will be between São Paulo Negócios, a municipal investment promotion agency, and the Uruguayan Chamber of Information Technology, which the local government supports in its search for initiatives of this type. Discussions between the parties were led by the Consulate General of Uruguay in São Paulo.

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