Participants go through a four-month growth program that offers valuable support and mentorship for startups
MIAMI, FL – March 14, 2022 – Endeavor Miami, an affiliate of the global Endeavor organization supporting entrepreneurship, announces eight participating entrepreneurs for the Spring Cohort of its ScaleUp Program, an innovative four-month growth program designed to support startups with high-impact potential in the Miami ecosystem.
The focus of the ScaleUp Program is to guide and mentor participants using Endeavor’s methodology with peer-to-peer support and expertise in Scale-ups. Founders will be exposed to distinct perspectives and experiences related to the development of a business, pushing them to learn from others’ successes, challenges and help them design their own advancement strategies. They will also be matched to experienced mentors eager to assist entrepreneurs reach the next level of growth.
“Our mission at Endeavor is to identify companies with high growth potential and support them through their journey to achieve scale,” said Claudia Duran, Managing Director of Endeavor Miami. “For the duration of the program, these companies will be exposed to high-level mentoring and connections that would normally take years to curate and learn. It is a valuable opportunity to help these Florida-based businesses thrive.”
ScaleUp Program Spring Cohort Participants:
Accountify: Accountify is a SaaS platform for corporate performance management (CPM) that follows a methodology created by finance experts. The company is led by Goldwasser Neto, co-founder and CEO; João Mano, co-founder and COO. Since its launch in 2017, it has facilitated the routine of the financial department of more than 500 economic groups and has more than 200 employees. The company is present in Latin America and the United States. The company is led by Goldwasser Neto, Co-Founder & CEO, and João Mano, Co-Founder & COO.
Agrizon: Agrizon is the “Amazon” for agribusiness. Agrizon is a specialized cross border e-commerce that connects and delivers worldwide brands of ag inputs with farmers and companies. The company is led by Luis Hidalgo, Co-Founder & CEO, Joaquin Paz, Co-Founder & CIO, Michael Rosero, Co-Founder & CTO, and Daniel Badovinac, CLO.
BH Compliance: Through the use of innovative technology, BH Compliance monitors multinational companies operations to make sure each department is complying with its anti-corruption compliance procedures. The company is led by Susana Sierra, Co-Founder & CEO, Alejandro Sierra, Co-Founder, and Jorge Bofill, Co-Founder.
CLOOD: CLOOD is the first foodtech focused in aesthetics and cosmetic nutrition market in Latam. With a D2C model and subscription, it develops smart foods based on data, science and technology. The company is led by Juan F. Lago, Co-Founder & CEO, and Federico Weill, Co-Founder & CTO.
ONR App: They call themselves, ‘the association’s app where community happens.’ ONR App is an all in one platform that allows users to engage with their associations (Condo /HOA) by having a centralized place to pay, vote, reserve, and sell goods/services with their neighbors. The company is led by Alan Gucovschi, Co-Founder & COO, Carlos Guzman, Co-Founder & CEO, and Nicolas Turbay, Co-Founder & CXO.
Saldo: Leveraging stablecoins and Blockchain technology, Saldo is helping migrant workers make cross border payments. The company is led by Graciela Dominguez Contreras, Co-Founder & CEO, and Marco Alfonso Montes Neri, Co-Founder & CTO.
Sprightful: Sprightful opens the door for all property owners to directly participate in and benefit from the renewable energy revolution by deploying distributed solar assets at no cost to property owners, offering “Solar as a Service”, and laying the groundwork for virtual power plant operations. The company is led by Pablo Corredor, Co-Founder & CEO, and Jack Vargas, Co-Founder.
Endeavor is the world’s leading community of high-impact entrepreneurs. Founded in 1997, Endeavor is a global organization with a mission to unlock the transformational power of entrepreneurship by selecting, supporting, and investing in the world’s top founders.
Today, Endeavor’s network spans nearly 40 countries and supports more than 2,000 entrepreneurs, whose companies generate combined revenues of over $28 billion US, have created more than 3.9 million jobs, and, in 2020, raised over $4 billion US in capital. Endeavor’s unique entrepreneur-first model and network of trust provide a platform for founders to dream big, scale up, and pay it forward to the next generation of entrepreneurs. Learn more about Endeavor at https://endeavor.org/.
About Endeavor Miami
The Endeavor Miami affiliate was established in 2013, with the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as the first U.S. affiliate of Endeavor Global. Endeavor Miami’s entrepreneurs generated close to $340M in revenues and over 3,000 jobs in South Florida in 2020. With the addition of its newest companies, the affiliate currently supports 26 companies and 46 entrepreneurs, such as Nearpod, Cameo, NovoPayment and Wyncode. Learn more about Endeavor Miami at https://endeavormiami.org/.
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