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UnDosTres, Curbo, and Other Startups That Have Recently Raised Capital

Don't worry, we speak : Español (Spanish), too!

In addition to Around, Vivanta, Examedi, and Mono, these are other startups that have announced funding rounds in recent days. 

Mexican payments platform UnDosTres raised US$30 million in a Series B led by IDC Ventures. The startup offers a range of financial products in the country, from mobile top-ups to utility payments and movie tickets. TechCrunch’s The Interchange newsletter first reported the news. 


UnDosTres founders (Photo: UnDosTres).


Curbo, a used car marketplace in the Dominican Republic, revealed a US$4.5 million raise in a pre-seed round led by Massy Group. The round happened at the end of last year, but they have announced it now in preparing its Series A. Luis E. Mejía, the co-founder of Curbo, told Bloomberg Línea that in just two years of life, they already have a presence in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Colombia and a team of more than 150 people. 

Mexican healthcare startup Eva Center announced a US$7 million round led by MBX, TeleSoft Partners, and Browder Capital. The company started with a wearable for breast cancer detection but changed its product to a platform that manages exams in the cloud. They plan to expand to Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, and Chile. 

In Argentina, the logistics company Moova raised US$10 million in a Series A. Its business seeks to make the delivery of packages more efficient. According to Endeavor Argentina, the round had several US, Europe, and Asia investors. They added that Moova would use part of the capital to grow in Mexico and Colombia and reach the US.

In Brazil, Lemon Energia, which uses technology to connect clean energy sources with consumers, raised US$11.4 million in a Series A led by Kaszek. The company intends to continue growing in the country. 

Finally, Mexico’s Crunch, a company that assists stores on how to operate on Amazon and Mercado Libre, raised US$1.1 million in a seed round, although it did not disclose its investors. Their press release says they are only nine months old and plan to continue growing in LatAm. 

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