Founded by Martín and Fabián Curzio, ELdeS aims to streamline its European expansion through this innovative acceleration format.

The program matches startups with companies needing specific solutions. ELdeS partners with Fundación Once, a leading Spanish accessibility organization, to address accessibility issues. This collaboration has been ongoing for over a year.

ELdeS currently serves around 3,000 users in Uruguay, with clients like Santander and various educational institutions. In June, it will add 1,000 users through Uruguay’s National Administration of Public Education (ANEP).

The accelerator program also opens investment opportunities, with a European fund offer already in progress, potentially closing by year-end for expansion into multiple countries.