We are part of Start-Up Chile again!

Start-Up Chile ― the most important accelerator in Latin America ― has trusted us once again. One year ago, we were selected to participate in TSF (generation 8), where we could develop our MVP and validate our solution in the Chilean market. This time we are part of the Seed programme (generation 22), where we expect to grow as a company and scale sales. This programme attracts world-class entrepreneurs to do business in Chile. It accommodates early-stage entrepreneurs who will strengthen the enterprise environment, support the culture of innovation in Chile and connect with Latam to grow from Chile to the world.

Thanks Start-Up Chile for this great opportunity. WriteBetter is ready to grow! 

This 6-month programme will help us accelerate our business through a full acceleration program + access to both national and international corporate network, investors, mentors, and global partners to scale to new markets. We will also be a part of an inclusive and energetic environment with other like-minded entrepreneurs to have the experience of a lifetime. Last but not least, we will receive $40,000 USD to make our business grow nationally and internationally. 


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