Marlene Garayzar
Startup Contributor
Marlene Garayzar
Co-Founder
Storicard
https://www.linkedin.com/in/marlenegarayzar-2b81085
https://twitter.com/mgartlover
https://www.storicard.com/
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A credit card might seem like just another financial service but it can impact people's lives in unimagined ways, writes Marlene Garayzar.
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News Article
HSBC will offer its first shared credit card with Mexican ultra-low-cost airline Viva Aerobus.
Raymundo Guerrero, Country Manager, Pomelo
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Raymundo Guerrero
Country Manager
Pomelo
https://www.linkedin.com/in/raymundo-guerrero-22147b97/
Although the fintech industry has grown, the opportunity for diversification and innovation is still on the table, says Pomelo’s Raymundo Guerrero.
Chiara Sheldon
Expert Contributor
Chiara Sheldon
Co-Founder & COO
Reworth
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chiara-sheldon/
https://twitter.com/reworthrewards
http://www.reworth.co/
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While awaiting the possible outcomes of financial instability, a good option is to start thinking of simple alternatives, writes Chiara Sheldon.
Image by Leonhard_Niederwimmer / 831 images from Pixabay
Weekly Roundups
Mexico and the rest of the world might face extreme uncertainty due to the recent war.
Nu
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Emilio González
General Manager Mexico
Nu
https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilio-gonzalez-81b35417/?originalSubdomain=mx
Digital financial products should always put the customer first to build trusting relationships, says Nu’s Emilio González.
René Saul
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René Saul
CEO
Kapital
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rene-saul-5044aa25/
SMEs play an important role within the fintech ecosystem and are a trigger for Mexico’s growing innovation, says Kapital’s René Saul.
Alejandro Zecler
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Alejandro Zecler
Co-Founder
Mendel
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alejandrozecler/
https://twitter.com/SomosMendel
Mendel wants to revolutionize the corporate credit card segment by providing a new way of doing business, says Alejandro Zecler.
Person paying with a credit card
News Article
Mexican startup received the “unicorn” label after obtaining a U$70 million funding round while completing its Latin America expansion plans.
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