The New Insider Game In Latin America Biotech
VC Playbook: Grooming Local Start-Ups With Growth Potential – On Both Sides Of The Equator
Venture capital funds in Latin America have overlooked biotech, leaving an untapped opportunity for local capital markets and US and European investors alike. Chilean entrepreneur Cristian Hernandez, founder of newly launched boutique VC Zentynel Frontier Investments, explains how business – and society – can benefit from launching biotech start-ups able to serve a global market at lower cost.
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