Uruguay disrupts the Valley
With a population of less tan 3 million, Uruguay has become an important source of talented entrepeneurs in Silicon Valley. This is the case of Juan Pablo Olivera, founder of Netlabs, a security software, or Gabriel López, founder of Kezmo, an alternative to Slack. “We always say Uruguay is one of the most stable places in LatAm, with excellent connections, high level of Enlgish and infrastructures”, says Isabella Antonaccio, who helps the Uruguay government to attract American investors to her country. As reported today in Spanish newspaper El País.