December 6, 2023

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Food tech startups and salt professionals…

Food tech startups and salt professionals…

Bloomberg line — August was the best month of the year for venture capital investmentsAccording to District data, which indicates an improvement in the investment environment for startups. In Brazil, 40 investment rounds were implemented during this period with a total value of US$327.2 million.

The number of tours represents a decrease of 38.4% compared to the same month in 2022, but a slight increase compared to July 39 of this year.. However, in financial volume, there was a growth of almost 450%, since the previous month the total amounted to 59.6 million US dollars.

In the year to August, there were a total of 322 investment rounds.

Check out some of the startups that have raised money recently:


The startup, Nuu, has raised 20 million Brazilian reals (approximately $4,010,186 USD). Foodtech Nuu, founded and led by Rafaela Gontego, has made its first round, It was led by the US EcoEnterprises Fund. The company produces sustainable food, with practices that extend from ingredients to packaging.

CamelFarm, one of the founders like. dogg, MadFish, owned by tennis player Bruno Soares, American Newlin, Bioma Food Hub, and the Los Angeles groups GV Angels, made up of FGV alumni, and Gávea Angels. The company also has individual investors, such as Rodolfo Chung, former CEO of Zé Delivery and now at LTS Investimentos.


MyCareforce, a platform that provides access to the talent pool of nursing professionals so that health institutions can cover shifts, has received R$4 million (US$802,037) from M4 Ventures and Caixa Capital. The amount is added to it R$6.3 million ($1,263,208) raised by the startup in the first half of the year between Shilling, Portugal Ventures, Demium and angel investorsclosing the health technology investment round with a final amount of R$10.3 million (US$2,065,245).

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With the new investment, the company, created in 2021 in Portugal, will focus on the internationalization of the operation in the Brazilian market, with the aim of being a platform that allows the recruitment of nursing specialists in hospitals, clinics, laboratories and residences. From the elderly.