Infocorp Ventures aims to promote ventures with growth potential in the technological area.
IC Ventures selects startups with potential for disruption, scaling and value generation in technology applied to financial services (Fintech) and Artificial Intelligence (IA).
ICV members have acquired extensive experience in providing effective and relevant support to entrepreneurs that reduces or neutralizes some of the most frequent risks that lead to the failure of entrepreneurs and allows them to make the most of the opportunities that are they present them both for business and for securing financing.
Angel investor and shareholder of IC Ventures, member of the Advisory Board of Infocorp Group, chairman and shareholder of Young & Rubicam, shareholder of Gray, Burson Masteller, Maxus, MEC, Mediacom, Mindshare, mPlatform, MSix, Wunderman and Xaxis. See profile
Angel investor, IC Ventures shareholder, InfocorpGroup Advisory Board member, Microsoft Latin America Technology Director, Endeavor Uruguay board member, ORT Uruguay University Professor. See profile
Ana Inés Echavarren
Shareholder, director and CEO of Infocorp Banking, member of the Advisory Board and Mentor of the gender entrepreneurship program: Más Emprendedoras (Endeavor-Omeu) and member of CEAL (Council of Entrepreneurs of Latin America). See profile
Shareholder and vice-chairman of Infocorp, vice-chairman of Infocorp Ventures, chairman of Endeavor Uruguay, and an international board member at CEAL (Latin American Business Roundtable). Until July 2017, managing partner of the Law Firm FERRERE and a board member at the Council of the Americas in New York. See profile
Founder and President of Infocorp Group. Mentor in more than 40 Uruguayan startups and board member at DVelop and the non-profit organization Emocionarte (Responsible Education). See profile
Shareholder of Infocorp Group, CEO of Bankingly, former Director in Microsoft Latin America, angel investor, and director of Roasting Plant (USA), GPSGAY, Prezzta and Gurucargo. See Profile
We have the experience of ICV and its partners, who have invested in Uruguayan technology startups for 20 years (and as an investment group for 5 years), and have boosted growth, people development and commercial development of startups in dozens of countries through the Infocorp structure and various initiatives of ICV partners.
The Infocorp Group, ICV and its shareholders have developed over time the experience and methodology to anticipate, identify and overcome the specific challenges of Uruguayan technology startups. He has also developed experience in balancing the importance of entrepreneurial teams, experience, attitude and passion, innovation and real commercial potential, the development phase of entrepreneurship, timing, entry barriers in case of success, importance discipline in the stages of the investment process, and prudent and focused use of funds.