Fintechs are featured among those selected in KPMG's Emerging Giants Brazil Program

November 25, 2021
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Companies with financial solutions stood out on the final list of the Emerging Giants Program in Brazil

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Fintechs form the majority of companies selected by the Emerging Giants Program in Brazil, organized by KPMG. According to the organization, the segment represents 27.6% of startups, which were mapped in a partnership with the District. The program is designed to support startup entrepreneurs on journeys of growth. Fifty Brazilian startups, out of a total of 105 that appeared in the mapping, have already been invited to the first group of the program. The rest of the companies will be called up over the next few months, in new groups. The list of the first ones selected is at the end of the text.

The selected companies will have access to mentoring with KPMG professionals, content trail, connection with other startups to foster business, participation in exclusive events and provision of customized services on demand.

Diogo Garcia, managing partner and leader of KPMG's Emerging Giants Program in Brazil, said in a statement that companies that reach this level are more than good investment opportunities. “These are companies with the purpose of solving real problems, and success does not depend only on capital,” he said.

In addition to fintechs, adtechs (12.4%), retailtechs (10.5%), healthtechs (5.7%), edtechs (5.7%) and hrtechs (4.8%) appear among those mapped in order of volume ). Also according to the mapping, the Southeast region of Brazil concentrates 78.1% of Emerging Giants, followed by the South (18.1%), Northeast (1.9%) and Midwest (1.9%) regions. Together, the 105 chosen employ more than 15 thousand people. And, on average, each startup received 2.4 investments throughout its trajectory. The new group, with 30 companies, must be called by March 2022.

Below, check out the first 50 selected by the KPMG program:

99jobs
Agendor
Agrosmart
Amaro
Ambar
Apptite
Arquivei
Asaas
Auvo
Bcredi (Creditas)
Biz Capital
BomPraCrédito
bxblue
Cargobr
Clicksign
Delivery Center
Enotas
Escale
Exact Sales
FinanZero
Getninjas
HeroSpark
idwall
Incognia
Intelipost
Involves
JetBov
Kenoby
Kovi
Linker
LogComex
market4u
MOL – Mediação On Line
Movidesk
Nexoos
Niduu (Gupy)
Open & Co
Propz
Quero Quitar
Ramper
Recargapay
RunRun.it
Sanar
Solinftec
Squid (Locaweb)
Truckpad
Unico IDTech
Warren
Wellbe
Zenvia

Las opiniones compartidas y expresadas por los analistas son libres e independientes, y de ellas son responsables sus autores. No reflejan ni comprometen el pensamiento u opinión de Latam Fintech Hub, por lo cual no pueden ser interpretadas como recomendaciones emitidas por la platafomra. Esta plataforma es un espacio abierto para promover la diversidad de puntos de vista sobre el ecosistema Fintech.

Fintechs form the majority of companies selected by the Emerging Giants Program in Brazil, organized by KPMG. According to the organization, the segment represents 27.6% of startups, which were mapped in a partnership with the District. The program is designed to support startup entrepreneurs on journeys of growth. Fifty Brazilian startups, out of a total of 105 that appeared in the mapping, have already been invited to the first group of the program. The rest of the companies will be called up over the next few months, in new groups. The list of the first ones selected is at the end of the text.

The selected companies will have access to mentoring with KPMG professionals, content trail, connection with other startups to foster business, participation in exclusive events and provision of customized services on demand.

Diogo Garcia, managing partner and leader of KPMG's Emerging Giants Program in Brazil, said in a statement that companies that reach this level are more than good investment opportunities. “These are companies with the purpose of solving real problems, and success does not depend only on capital,” he said.

In addition to fintechs, adtechs (12.4%), retailtechs (10.5%), healthtechs (5.7%), edtechs (5.7%) and hrtechs (4.8%) appear among those mapped in order of volume ). Also according to the mapping, the Southeast region of Brazil concentrates 78.1% of Emerging Giants, followed by the South (18.1%), Northeast (1.9%) and Midwest (1.9%) regions. Together, the 105 chosen employ more than 15 thousand people. And, on average, each startup received 2.4 investments throughout its trajectory. The new group, with 30 companies, must be called by March 2022.

Below, check out the first 50 selected by the KPMG program:

99jobs
Agendor
Agrosmart
Amaro
Ambar
Apptite
Arquivei
Asaas
Auvo
Bcredi (Creditas)
Biz Capital
BomPraCrédito
bxblue
Cargobr
Clicksign
Delivery Center
Enotas
Escale
Exact Sales
FinanZero
Getninjas
HeroSpark
idwall
Incognia
Intelipost
Involves
JetBov
Kenoby
Kovi
Linker
LogComex
market4u
MOL – Mediação On Line
Movidesk
Nexoos
Niduu (Gupy)
Open & Co
Propz
Quero Quitar
Ramper
Recargapay
RunRun.it
Sanar
Solinftec
Squid (Locaweb)
Truckpad
Unico IDTech
Warren
Wellbe
Zenvia

Las opiniones compartidas y expresadas por los analistas son libres e independientes, y solamente sus autores son responsables de ellas. No reflejan ni comprometen el pensamiento o la opinión del equipo de Latam Fintech Hub y, por lo tanto, no pueden interpretarse como recomendaciones emitidas por la plataforma. Esta plataforma es un espacio abierto para promover la diversidad de puntos de vista en el ecosistema Fintech.