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Copycats versus disruptors in Latin America

A majority of the most successful startups coming out of Latin America have fallen under the “copycat” business model. On the other hand, there’s been a rise in truly disruptive ideas coming out of Latin America, as well. Certainly, “copycat” startups can be innovators, but not all innovators are disruptors. Read More
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