Keywords: venture, enlace+, accelerator, business
Come Bien, Entelequia, Trösten and Yaydoo were the companies selected by Enlace+, the business accelerator of Tecnológico de Monterrey, to form part of its high-impact mentoring and networking program.
A total of six companies presented their projects on September 5 to the program’s mentor committees, led by Patricio González, National Director of Enlace+, and Alfredo Capote, EGADE Business School professor and Director of Enlace+ in the central region of Mexico.
Enlace+ announced its decision to the selected companies on the night of Monday, September 11.
Come Bien, represented by the brothers Denis and Evandro Cantú, is a company that supplies healthy meals for its clients’ employees, including Amazon, Uber, Mazda and HavasMedia.
Entelequia, represented by Elizabeth Nava and Sergio Galindo, produces disposable biodegradable packaging, while Trösten Transport, owned by José Luis Estrada and Juan Manuel Espinosa, leases chauffeur-driven vans in Toluca, Querétaro and Mexico City.
Finally, Sergio Almaguer’s Yaydoo offers a platform to help companies procure office supplies and engage services more efficiently and economically.
Prominent entrepreneurs, academics and experts in entrepreneurship participated in the selection panels, such as Alberto Espinosa, President and CEO of Global Assurance, Carlos Amtmann, President of the Institute of Productivity Studies for Competitiveness (INPRO), Ernesto Amorós, professor and director of doctoral programs at EGADE Business School, María Fernanda Garza, President and CEO of Orestia, Fernando Moya, Executive MBA Director at EGADE Business School, Guillermo Lagos, Managing Partner of Moonshot Fab, Gustavo Parés, partner at Nearshore Delivery Solutions, Isaac Lucatero, Regional Director of the Eugenio Garza Lagüera Entrepreneurship Institute CDMX at Tecnológico de Monterrey, and Ruben Serros, Vice-President of Innovation at Coparmex, among others.
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