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MercadoLibre

MercadoLibre is a Buenos Aires-based e-commerce company founded in 1997 by Marcos Galperin.

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People

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Role
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Agu Federovisky

Employee

Agustín Gaynor

Employee

Agustin Mounier

Employee

Agustin Zavalla

Employee

Alejandro Magnani

Employee

Alex de Aboitiz

Employee

Alexandre GOSSET

Employee

Alfonso Castillo

Employee

Alfredo Luz

Employee

Amit Patel

Investor

Andres Funes

Employee

Andres M. Snitcofsky

Employee

Andrew Camel

Investor

Ariel Martin Sznajderhaus

Employee

Camilo Verdugo Günther

Employee

CARLOS AUGUSTO DE ALMEIDA COSTA

Employee

Carlos Eduardo

Employee

Carolina Urien

Employee

Cecilia Membrado

Employee

Conor Murdoch

Employee

Courtney Dong

Employee

Cristian Duarte

Employee

Cristian Escudero

Employee

Damian Janowski

Employee

Daniel Gandara

Employee

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Mary Ann Azevedo
May 24, 2021
TechCrunch
Long before SoftBank launched its $2 billion Innovation Fund in Latin America, and before Andreessen Horowitz began actively investing in the region, Sao Paulo-based Kaszek has been putting money into promising startups since 2011, helping spawn nine unicorns along the way. And now, the early-stage VC firm is announcing its largest fund closures to date: [...]
Michael McSweeney
May 5, 2021
The Block
MercadoLibre, the Latin American e-commerce and fintech company, said in a Wednesday regulatory filing that it now holds bitcoin on its balance sheet.
Aluisio Alves
May 5, 2020
U.S.
Latin American e-commerce company MercadoLibre is one of the few firms not scaling back spending amid the coronavirus pandemic and plans to move forward with a planned 4 billion reais ($717 million) investment in Brazil this year, an executive told Reuters on Tuesday.
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