Patricia Cerrizuela, Directora de Operaciones de Endeavor NOA, presentó en Tucumán la alianza estratégica con el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) mediante el Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones (FOMIN), que impactará en forma directa en el ecosistema emprendedor de las provincias de Salta y Tucumán, fomentando la creación de empleos y potenciando la competitividad del sector.
No. A few weeks before the start of ScaleUp, you will receive an email that will confirm if you were selected to advance in the selection process.
If selected, you will be interviewed by Endeavor staff. There will then be a selection day conducted by an internal Endeavor committee, where those shortlisted will have the opportunity to present their pitch deck.
After Selection Day, it will be announced which companies will participate in Scale Up.
All. We do not exclude any industry; we look at the degree of innovation of the business, the timing in relation to the product market fit and the profile of the entrepreneur.
Yes, you need to have a business that already has significant traction.
Yes, as long as part of your operations and the business are in Argentina.
Yes. There are two editions per year. The first is convened in February and the second in July.
Yes, of course. You must complete the form of the edition in which you want to participate.
ScaleUp lasts 5 months: the first edition of each year runs from March to July and the second from August to December.
You can do it by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrepreneurs will have an assigned Endeavor Account Manager with whom they will conduct an Assessment to identify challenges.
From it, a work plan will be proposed that consists of a series of mentoring with mentors who have know-how in the challenges that the entrepreneur is going through.
Finally, there will be networking events and four round tables where, together with their batchmates, they will listen to Experts on topics of common interest.