These are the Latin American companies featured on the WEF's technology pioneers' list of 2021

Algramo, Fondeadora, Hugo and Truora were the ones that will join a group of alumni that includes Airbnb, Spotify, Twitter and more

Photo: Screenshot/Hugo website

The World Economic Forum released its Technology Pioneers 2021 list with 100 emerging technology companies worldwide. Amid the latest group of them, there are four Latin America‘s companies:

  • Algramo, Chile: A platform connecting smart-reusable packaging with internet-of-things dispensers.
  • Fondeadora, Mexico: Eliminating the inefficiencies related to the traditional banking system.
  • Hugo Technologies, El Salvador: A multi-category marketplace for everyday products and services.
  • Truora, Colombia: Fast, innovative, safe background checks and identity theft detection solutions.

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It’s the first time that El Salvador is represented in the list. Following their selection as Technology Pioneers, this year’s companies will join an impressive group of alumni that include many household names, such as Airbnb, Google, Kickstarter, Mozilla, Palantir Technologies, Spotify, TransferWise, Twitter and Wikimedia, said the World Economic Forum.

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