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Mexico Startup Ideas



3 years ago

A startup that helps people on the US-Mexico border get groceries and other essentials from Walmart

302
3 years ago

A social network for Latin Americans in the US and Mexico that lets them connect, share photos, and discover events and activities related to their culture.

190
2 years ago

A collection of U.S.-based startups and investors working to build a new city in Mexico. A couple of villages are already built, and a new city is being built in the future.

188
3 years ago

A video food delivery service. The startup is planning to launch in Mexico City in the fourth quarter.

155
3 years ago

A company that helps people save money on their mobile phone bills. The startup is focused on helping people in countries where mobile services are expensive, as is the case in Mexico. It currently offers a mobile plan on a monthly basis and has signed on the largest mobile company in Mexico.

150
3 years ago

A startup that uses an IoT platform to automatically manage the delivery of goods in the same way that Amazon and Uber do. Founded in early 2019, they’re currently in talks with logistics companies in the US, Canada and Mexico.

142
1 year ago

A company that helps mid-sized companies in Mexico manage their call centers.

140
3 years ago

A digital assistant that helps users book doctors' appointments and communicate with doctors. The startup launched in May in the US, with plans to expand to the UK, India, and Mexico.

124
3 years ago

A social network and digital platform in Mexico for LGBTQ+ users.

111
1 year ago

A company that helps central banks manage cash. The startup is working with the Bank of Mexico to digitize cash.

107
3 years ago

A digital concierge for shoppers in Mexico. The startup helps shoppers throughout Mexico, the US, and other countries find the best way to buy a product that’s in demand.

105
1 year ago

A digital wallet for Mexico and Central America. The company wants to be the “world’s first digital wallet” to help people move money.

104
2 years ago

A way to send money to friends in Mexico, with a fee of no more than $1 per transaction.

101
3 years ago

A digital bank for small businesses in Latin America. The startup’s first product is a mobile app for small businesses in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico.

95
1 year ago

An international service that helps people find the best price and best flight to Mexico, whether they are planning a vacation or relocation. The startup’s product is a comparison engine that pulls flight data from the world’s leading travel website and aggregates it into a set of user-friendly comparisons. Users can search for and book flights, hotels, and car rentals, and check the price of a flight against competitors.

93
3 years ago

Service giving people cash for completing tasks through their phones. Bemis has raised $10 million and has already onboarded more than 200,000 people in the US and Mexico.

91
2 years ago

A new electronic banking system for low-income consumers in Mexico.

87
2 years ago

A peer-to-peer lender that lends to women in Latin America. The company is currently in the Philippines and Mexico.

86
2 years ago

A startup that helps people in the US, Mexico, and Canada communicate in local languages.

80
2 years ago

Stripe is a payment platform that wants to help e-commerce merchants on smaller margins and those outside the US. The company is looking to partner with other services to help customers in places like China and Mexico expand their customer base.

78
3 years ago

Idea: A home security company for Latin American households, primarily in Mexico. The startup is focused on providing internet-connected cameras that allow users to see and talk to visitors while they’re away from home.

75
2 years ago

A payments platform for Mexico’s over 100,000 food trucks and small businesses.

73
8 months ago

A platform that connects doctors and patients through telemedicine. The startup is currently operating in the US and Mexico.

70
2 years ago

A startup that makes it easy to run a business in the United States and Mexico, working with an in-country agent to help you get all the proper permits and licenses.

67
1 year ago

Helps foreign investors in Brazil and Mexico find and invest in local investment opportunities.

66
1 year ago

A platform for hiring tech engineers, especially in emerging markets. It was built in India and is currently active in Indonesia and Mexico. The startup is looking to expand to the US.

66
2 years ago

A real estate startup in Spain and Mexico that provides a sign up and lease management platform for sharing vacation homes. The startup launched in January with 100 properties in Mexico and 100 in Spain, and is still in beta mode.

63
2 years ago

A company that helps small businesses in Mexico expand their reach and increase their business. The startup curates deals and services for small and medium businesses, including farmers and entrepreneurs.

61
1 year ago

A platform that allows Mexico-based companies to sell products and services to the US.

57
1 year ago

 A startup that’s building a platform that lets malls and grocery stores in Mexico create cellphone-based chatbots that people can interact with on their phones.

56
2 years ago

A company that helps bank customers transfer money to friends and family in Mexico, paying them in pesos at about a 1% fee, as opposed to the 3% fee for a traditional money transfer.

55
1 year ago

A platform that helps farmers sell fruit and vegetables in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

54
3 years ago

Idea: We are a Mexican startup that helps people find the best prices on medicines in Mexico and ship them to the US

52
1 year ago

A startup to help users in the US get a visa to visit Mexico. Currently, only the founder is using it to visit Mexico, but it’s growing each week and it’s easy to imagine a scenario where it becomes a full-fledged travel app.

52
1 year ago

A messaging app that lets you send money to friends and family, even if they don’t have a bank account. Pudding lets you send US dollars to people using your phone number, and it’s available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay.

50
1 year ago

A startup looking to help companies find and recruit talent in the United States and Mexico. The platform features a centralized database of candidates and a mobile app for employers.

47
1 year ago

Ruled is a service to help US companies ask for and file trademarks in foreign countries. The startup currently has customers in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico, and the UK.

43
1 year ago

A platform for creating and managing alternative identities that can be used to “bypass” the increasingly strict requirements of some countries’ national ID cards. The startup is working with governments in countries like Brazil and Mexico, which have strict rules on what ID cards they accept and which they don’t.

43
11 months ago

A U.S.-based company that helps Americans living in Mexico get a ride home when they get drunk.

26
9 months ago

A digital wallet for people who don’t have a traditional checking account. Users get a Visa debit card that can be used for online purchases. The startup is mostly focused on the U.S. market, but it’s also expanding into Brazil and Mexico.

26
6 months ago

A travel company based on the startup’s experience of selling Mexico vacations to Americans. The startup wants to help Americans understand their own nation’s history and culture through Mexico’s.

25
3 years ago

Idea: A startup that makes it easy for US consumers to buy Mexican avocados. The company is doing this by helping consumers order avocados online, then providing a service that ships the avocados to them from Mexico, taking care of taxes and other details. It’s already working with several large grocery chains, including Costco.

24
9 months ago

Four friends who grew up together in New Mexico wanted to help their mom and grandma downsize their homes. They created a website where people can buy homes to downsize them and take in the proceeds as rent. As of early 2019 the company was processing over $5 million in transactions, with plans for $20 million in revenue by 2020.

24
3 years ago

Idea: A platform for people to buy and sell digital goods easily. The company works with “thousands of sellers” in the US and Mexico.

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