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Updated in EWS Jan 8, 2021
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Kamay will invest in seed stage, with tickets between US$50k to US$ 300k, and up to US$ 500k including follow on investments. They invest in trends that rise from the overlap of consumer goods and TMT industries, prioritizing digital and mobile technologies1 . In terms of geography, Kamay Ventures will invest in Latin America actively seeking opportunities in markets where the VC gap is higher (value investing approach). Current pipeline includes investment opportunities in Cr, Ec, Pr, Ur (among other countries of the region).
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