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Available On Beatport: bit.ly/STR-137 Demo Submissions: Please click in the link for the Submit Demos: www.strlabel.jimdo.com/demos Sound Tool Records Owner & Founder By: @Jhon-Timbala in December 2009. Artists Sound Tool Records: Jhon Timbala Andretto Sergio Casas Jhonny Fernando Juan G Mont Dj Nels Juani Diaz Rodrigo Monti Hawer Sanchez Cristhian Valencia Ricardo Valencia Juan Manuel Padilla Isaac Differding Daniel Lorza Tedge arDGer Rascalillo Ssant DJ Lugo Luis Cobos Anger Sprache Isher ...
 
Fire Element Sessions Mixed by Andherson All The Best & New in Trance Music, Every 2 Weeks. Genre: Trance, Pro gressive, Techno. Genre: Trance, Progressive, Techno Bio: Jorge Alberto Caballero Diaz aka. DJorge Caballero, Andherson borned in Mexico, D.F. On July 24, 1990. SUPPORTED By PAUL OAKENFOLD, Manuel Le Saux, Many others artist Nowadays jorge possesses infinity of tracks produced and remixed, in which all the electronic styles such as electro, tech trance, tech house, etc. For him does ...
 
Deep, Funky, Soulful, Jackin' House Music. 420 Ceis, Acumen, Adriatique, Alex Augello, Alex Niggemann & Superlounge, Alexander East, Andrade, Andrew Chibale, Andrew Mataus, Andry Nalin, Andy Clockwork, Andy Meston, Anhanguera, Aphreme, Arco, Armbar, Artie Flexs, Arts & Leisure, Audio Soul Project, Bang Bang, BeatPimps, Belocca, Bleep District, Boo Williams, Brandon Bass, Brent Vassar, Brett Valentine, Bucked Naked, Butch, Canard, The Candy Dealers, Carleto, Chanson E, Chemars, Chris Lauer, C ...
 
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Episodio 78: Sobrevivimos el 2020 para hablar de los secretos de WhatsApp. Hablamos de: Lo que necesitas saber sobre WhatsApp. Juan Carlos viene a trabajar a Bacanalnica. Warrior es histórico y de Bruce Lee. Daniel Ortega perjudica a Ruben Dario. Chernobyl de HBO es relevante en Nicaragua. Borat es un genio. Recomendamos Bacurau. El estado del Cine…
 
Juliana Sarmiento, Envíoclick: Reimagining the logistics industry in Latin America, Ep 131 Juliana Sarmiento always knew she wanted to create value for her community by starting her own company. Raised in a family of entrepreneurs, she knew what she would be getting herself into by choosing this path. Along with the challenges that come with starti…
 
James Currier, NFX: Transforming How Innovators are Funded, Ep 130 James Currier is General Partner at NFX, an early-stage venture capital firm that focuses on network effect businesses. As a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of four VC-backed companies, James has become an expert on network effects and growth. Through software and educational con…
 
Álvaro Silberstein, Wheel the World: Creating Accessible Travel Experiences, Ep 129 A trip to Torres del Paine in the south of Chile became an opportunity for Álvaro Silberstein to put his startup idea to the test. Most travel platforms provide basic information about price, location, transportation, accommodation, and excursion options. However, f…
 
Javier García, Femsa: Collaborating with the most disruptive startups in Latin America, Ep 128 Javier García knew that there were at least 50 ways of doing corporate venture capital the wrong way, which is why he took a couple of years to figure out how to do it right with FEMSA. Today, Javier is the Director of Corporate Venturing and Growth Capit…
 
Manuel Olguín, Keynua: E-signatures for the Latin American market, Ep 127 As a serial entrepreneur in Latin America, Manuel Olguín is very familiar with the unique challenges that the region holds that can turn into amazing opportunities. One of those pain points is the time-consuming process of signing legal documents. While in the US e-signatures…
 
Amir Salihefendic, Doist: Best Practices for the Remote Work Revolution, Ep 126 Although Amir Salihefendic has been an advocate for remote work for over a decade, he never envisioned that the worldwide shift to remote would take place as a result of a pandemic. Amir is the founder and CEO of Doist, a remote-first company that specializes in product…
 
Andrea Baba, FitCo: Digitizing Fitness Centers in Latin America, Ep 125 Andrea’s first experience as an entrepreneur was starting her own Zumba studio when she was 18 years old. Within a year of operating, she started to expand her business, hiring more instructors and gaining more clients. However, Andrea saw that managing her business solely on E…
 
Mariana Castillo, Ben & Frank: Direct-to-Consumer Eyewear for the Mexican Market, Ep 124 Mariana Castillo believes that the eyewear shopping experience in Mexico is broken. It’s generally reduced to an impersonal exchange that only considers the basic optical measurements, rather than catering the product to the customer’s style and personality. Ma…
 
Claire Díaz-Ortiz, Magma Partners: Investing in Latin American Female Founders, Ep 123 Claire Díaz-Ortiz has been passionate about investing in women and supporting the underrepresented since her days at Stanford, where she completed an undergrad in Feminist Studies and History. However, it wasn’t until later in her career as an angel investor, and…
 
Dan Green, Gunderson Dettmer: Legal Structures for Startups in Latin America, Ep 122 An avid traveler from a young age, Dan Green’s relationship with Latin America stretches all the way back to his childhood trips to Mexico and Ecuador and visits from an aunt who dazzled him with stories about doing business in Chile. Driven by his passion for the …
 
Mandeep Rai, The Values Compass: What 101 Countries Teach Us About Purpose, Life, and Leadership, Ep 121 Mandeep Rai’s meeting with a Sikh person in the middle of Panama during her sabbatical across Latin America led her on a journey to not only start to understand that the tropical country was a cultural melting pot, but was also a pivotal moment …
 
Santiago Pineda, Mensajeros Urbanos: Transforming Latin America’s Last-Mile Delivery Industry, Ep 120 Santiago Pineda started his entrepreneurial journey straight out of highschool at 18 years old. He would spend hours at his university’s library learning how to code to launch his company’s website. Originally from Colombia, where the floral sector…
 
Matías Muchnick, NotCo: Building The Future of Food From Chile, Ep 119 Matías Muchnick left the investment banking world in pursuit of a solution that would bring sustainability to the broken food industry. He could not have predicted that a couple of years later he would be training an algorithm to understand humans’ taste preferences to create a …
 
Gustavo Guida, Alloy Card: Starting Companies in Brazil since 2000, Ep 118 Gustavo Guida has been starting companies in Latin America before it was cool. He founded his first company in 2000, during Brazil’s tech bubble. Bondfaro was a price comparison website which, after merging with Buscapé in 2006, became the largest of its kind in Latin Americ…
 
Christine Kenna, IGNIA: Building the Foundation of Mexico’s Venture Capital Industry, Ep 117 Christine Kenna could not have predicted that a consulting gig in Mexico City would lead her into building an entire career in investing in Latin America. Although Christine is originally from Palo Alto, she has been working and investing in Mexico since 20…
 
Deepak Chhugani, Nuvocargo: Using software to modernize trade between Mexico and USA, Ep 116 Deepak Chhugani’s multicultural background was considered rare and unexpected in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where he grew up most of his life. He was born in Kenya to Indian parents who migrated to Ecuador in their late 20s. Logically, after studying at university…
 
Martin Schrimpff, Zinobe: Supporting Underserved SMEs with Fintech, Ep 115 Almost 20 years ago, after finishing his engineering degree at the University of Edinburgh, Martin Schrimpff jumped at the opportunity to move back to his native Colombia to set up his first software development company with a friend. That company, Sirius, would kick off Mar…
 
Florence Frech, Leal: Bringing Data-Driven Customer Engagement to Latin America, Ep 114 Despite coming from a family of entrepreneurs in El Salvador, Florence Frech hadn’t considered being one herself until she met her current co-founder while completing an MBA in Chicago. Up until that point, she had been building a stable career working at banks …
 
Gonzalo Galindo, Cemex Ventures: Bringing Innovation and Strategic Investments to the Construction Industry, Ep 113 The construction industry is known for being slow to adopt new technologies. However, Gonzalo Galindo seeks to break that barrier and bring innovation to an industry that is commonly considered to be monolithic and outdated. Currently…
 
Pedro Góes, InEvent: Revamping the Events Industry in Latam & the US, Ep 112 Although originally from Salvador, Brazil Pedro Góes went to university in São Carlos where he met his future co-founders Vinicius Neris and Mauricio Giordano. There, Pedro was inspired by other Brazilian entrepreneurs that were providing solutions to problems that were hi…
 
Antonia Rojas, ALLVP: Investing in Latin America's Human Capital & Smart Cities, Ep 111 Antonia Rojas has been surrounded by machines and technology ever since she can remember. Her grandfather was one of the engineers that developed the first computer in Germany, while her mother was a digital photography pioneer in Chile. Now, Antonia is carving …
 
Albert Santalo, 8base: Building the Software of the Future, Ep 110 Albert Santalo launched two successful tech companies from South Florida during economic recessions. The first company was right after 9/11 and a year after the dotcom bubble had burst. He recalls that being an entrepreneur in those times was like being “the scourge of the economy.”…
 
Ángel Sahagún, Albo: Bringing Financial Inclusion to Mexico’s Underbanked , Ep 109 Originally from Campeche, Yucatan, Ángel Sahagún has been obsessed with fintech for the past ten years. From an early age, he realized that there was limited access to financial products for a large portion of the Mexican population. Since then, he has made it his mi…
 
Laura Mendoza, Unima: Developing Low-Cost Diagnostics for 3 Billion People, Ep 108 Laura Mendoza was already working on solutions for tuberculosis, the leading infectious killer worldwide, before COVID-19 came along. As founder and CPO of biotech Unima, Laura develops fast and low-cost diagnostics for infectious diseases. Her solutions help decisio…
 
Maya Dadoo, Worky: Revolutionizing the HR Industry for Mexican SMEs, Ep 107 In Mexico, SME employees rotate at a rate of ~60% per year! With about 20M Mexicans working in this sector, this means 12M are switching jobs on a yearly basis. It’s amazing companies can get anything done! Coming from a background in chemical engineering, Maya Dadoo has al…
 
Vitor Torres, Contabilizei: Helping Brazilian SMEs with Tax Compliance, Ep 106 According to The World Bank, Brazil ranks as one of the top 10 hardest countries in the world to pay taxes, which can be concerning considering that Brazilians have to file their taxes on a monthly basis. Vitor Torres experienced the painful process of finding an account…
 
Geoff Michener, dataPlor: Closing the Latin American Data Gap with Human Verified SME Data, Ep 105 Growing up in Denver, Colorado, Geoff Michener was interested in international trade and economics. During his undergrad, he got the opportunity to study abroad in Nicaragua and learn about foreign investment. There, he quickly fell in love with Latin…
 
Gabriela Estrada, Vexi: Bringing Credit to the Underbanked in Mexico, Ep 104 Only one in ten adults in Mexico have access to a formal credit card, according to Gabriela Estrada. That’s more than 70 million people that are not able to build a credit history. As cofounder and CFO of Vexi, Gabriela is on a mission to make credit accessible to Mexico’s…
 
Gonzalo Ucar, Hogaru: Empowering Colombia’s Cleaners to Earn Stable Wages, Ep 103 As an engineer, Gonzalo Ucar wanted to solve real world problems. Originally from Spain, he decided to move to Latin America to become an entrepreneur and tap into the region’s opportunities. Today, he lives in Bogota and is co-founder of Hogaru, an on-demand cleaning…
 
Daniel Cossío, Village Capital: Transforming Big Ideas from Vision to Scale, Ep 102 Daniel Cossío decided he wanted to be involved in technology when he realized that businesses could produce a greater social impact than just an economic return. Today, he is Regional Manager for Latin America at Village Capital, a venture capital firm that supports…
 
Ishan Sinha, Point72 Ventures: Investing in Global Fintech Startups, Ep 101 Originally from New Delhi and Kathmandu, Ishan Sinha grew up on the move. Due to his Dad’s job, he lived in six countries in three different continents until finally settling down in Connecticut. Today, as Vice President of Point72 Ventures, he still spends a lot of time on…
 
OUT NOW On Beatport:https://www.beatport.com/release/activity/2936159Sound Tool Records Presents 'Activity' SINGLE with the code of release STR146 In charge of the artist(s): Jhon Timbala, SAG_Tech.AvailableOn Beatport: Monday, May 04th 2020On All Store: Monday, May 18th 2020www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.…
 
Advice from Venture Capitalists to Latin American Founders, Ep 100 Over the years, we’ve had the chance to interview some of the best venture capital investors in Latin America on the Crossing Borders podcast. With that in mind, we decided to launch an Investor Remix Series, where we go back to previous episodes to highlight the stories of some of …
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'The Preacher' SINGLE with the code of release STR145 In charge of the artist(s): Geoffroy Laventure.AvailableOn Beatport: Monday, April 27th 2020On All Store: Monday, May 11th 2020www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtw…
 
At Magma Partners, we work with people who share our values, whether they’re the founders we invest in or the mentors and investors we bring on to our team. We hope to create lifelong relationships with the people we support. For this episode, we’re featuring eleven Magma entrepreneurs –some are members of our portfolio, and others are from our tea…
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'Utopía' SINGLE with the code of release STR144 In charge of the artist(s): Francisco Barco.Available On Beatport: Monday, April 20 2020Available On All Store: Monday, May 04th 2020www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtw…
 
Jhon Timbala @ The Planets STR [e-005]Sound Tool Records Presents a new episode weekly, here we go again. Please join me in welcoming to Jhon Timbala in the fourth Sound Tool Podcast inspired by the Planets.Title: The Planets STRArtist(s): Jhon TimbalaName Track: 005Genre: Progressive HouseLength: 01:01:25From: Palmira, ColombiaAvailable On: Soundc…
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'T.H.E.' EP with the code of release STR143 In charge of the artist(s): Jek_bAvailable On Beatport: Monday, March 06th 2019Available On All Store: Monday, March 20th 2019www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtwitterInstag…
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'T.H.E.' EP with the code of release STR143 In charge of the artist(s): Jek_bAvailable On Beatport: Monday, March 06th 2019Available On All Store: Monday, March 20th 2019www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtwitterInstag…
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'Trace' EP with the code of release STR142 In charge of the artist(s): A.R.H.80Available On Beatport: Monday, February 24th 2019Available On All Store: Monday, March 09th 2019www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtwitterI…
 
Sound Tool Records Presents 'Trace' EP with the code of release STR142 In charge of the artist(s): A.R.H.80Available On Beatport: Monday, February 24th 2019Available On All Store: Monday, March 09th 2019www.strlabel.jimdo.com | #soundtoolrecordsF O L L O W . U S:Facebook: bit.ly/strfacebookSoundcloud: bit.ly/STRsoundcloudTwitter: bit.ly/STRtwitterI…
 
80% of Venezuelans today depend on remittances to survive. Almost seven million people have left the country since the protests against the Maduro government started, creating a massive diaspora, almost all of whom send money home to family members trapped in the country. Simon Chamorro was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, so he has seen this…
 
When Michael Sidgmore thinks about investing, he thinks about making the biggest impact possible in people’s lives. His passion for economic development and financial inclusion has led him to build a career as a fintech investor and entrepreneur focused on financial infrastructure, wealth management, and financial inclusion. Today, he is a Partner …
 
YCombinator is one of the leading early-stage US investors in Latin America, and has served as a signal for other US investors to start making their first investments in the region. Since accepting its first Latin American founder in 2013, the region’s presence in the accelerator program has significantly increased. The most recent batch had over 1…
 
En este episodio de No Pasa Nada hablamos de Irishman (nueva película de Martin Scorsese con Robert De Niro y Al Pacino), los nuevos servicios de Apple y Disney, las series de TV: Watchmen, The Morning Show, The Mandalorian, The Rookie y hasta Power. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/messageSupport this podcast: https://an…
 
In honor of the seventh edition of the IDB’s WeXchange annual event taking place in Asunción, Paraguay next week, this episode highlights the stories of seven women from both sides of the investment table featured in past Crossing Borders episodes. These high performers share their experiences of what it’s like being a woman in technology in Latin …
 
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