Mexican entrepreneurship association partners with Facebook to support Latam startups
June 10th, 2019 – Latin American startups can anticipate accessing workshops as well as online courses following a collaboration between the Mexico Entrepreneur Association (ASEM) and Facebook.
With the prominence of enterprises using Facebook for everything from analytics to advertising, the objective is to promote the social media network to support entrepreneurs in growing their business platforms.
The agreement will begin in Mexico and Argentina before expanding to other Latin America Entrepreneur Association (ASELA) member countries, according to reports. Nations include Chile, Colombia, Peru, Guatemala, Paraguay, and the United States following the launch of the Miami Entrepreneurs Association.
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