Seven Latino companies from Manos Accelerator’s 2nd cohort will be pitching this coming week at Yahoo! The makeup of this 2nd group at Manos Accelerator brings together seven tech companies of which three are from California and the other four from Latin America. Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras and Mexico. With the success of Manos Accelerator’s first round sponsored by Google for Entrepreneurs other big tech companies are being attracted to jump on the train of Latino owned startups. Yahoo has joined the parade of sponsoring and supporting Manos Accelerator by holding this coming weeks pitch by the following seven companies: From California: FashionTEQ is a women’s jewelry to be connected to your wireless device. Bandbazaar is an application that allows musicians to connect, sell, rent or offer different services Cuestiona.me is a platform that allows anyone to pose questions and or concerns to influential people like politicians or organizations and have them answered by these folks. Mexico: CoupleCare is the first app that allows couples to track their fertility goals Honduras: saySquare is a technology that will make cell phone payment via SMS a reality for Latin America Ecuador: Cycle Money brings a platform of recycling electronics and building computers from the functioning recycled parts Colombia: My bigame is a betting platform for gamers. We are elated that Manos Accelerator continues with its success of bringing Latin@ owned tech companies the education so that they may succeed. We at SVLatino continue with our mission of highlighting these success stories so be on the lookout with continued coverage of Manos Accelerator and their 2nd Cohort.
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