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We are the next everything store of Latin America

We are the next everything store of Latin America

Rappi is a mega high growth, Series C, consumer tech startup looking to be the everything store of Latin America. We are a marketplace that connects users who want to purchase prepared foods, groceries, clothes, and virtually anything with independent contractors who can fulfill those needs. Although we are a new company and we truly live the startup reality, we are already operating in Colombia, México, Brazil, Argentina & Chile and we want much more.

We are constantly looking for innovative people who are willing to be challenged on a daily basis in order to build and shape a new reality in LatAm. We truly believe that by uniting diverse and bold people with a common objective we are able to do the impossible, together.
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Latest Stories and News

Rappi, iFood, and Uber Eats: The winners of the coronavirus pandemic?

  • Contxto
  • 2 months ago

Contxto - During storms out at sea, sailors hunker down and wait for the foul weather to pass. And in real life, quarantines because of the coronavirus outbreak have led us to a similar situation. Everywhere, people are stockpiling on groceries, toilet paper (for some reason), and staying home. This...

Rappi, iFood, and Uber Eats: The winners of the coronavirus pandemic?

Latin America roundup: Softbank adds $1B, Stori raises $10M and Grow Mobility puts on the brakes

  • TechCrunch
  • 3 months ago

After investing nearly $2 billion of its Innovation Fund in Latin America in 2019, SoftBank announced this month that it would add an additional $1 billion into the fund to continue supporting tech startups across the region.

While the Japanese investor faces the challenge of raising a second global fund after its Vision Fund, SoftBank is still investing heavily in Latin America.

Latin America roundup: Softbank adds $1B, Stori raises $10M and Grow Mobility puts on the brakes

As the start-up boom deflates, tech is humbled

  • Nytimes
  • 3 months ago
  • Over the past decade, technology start-ups grew so quickly that they couldn’t hire people fast enough. Now the layoffs have started coming in droves.
  • It’s a humbling shift for an industry that long saw itself as an engine of job creation and innovation.
  • Around the world, more than 30 start-ups have slashed more than 8,000 jobs over the last four months.
  • Investments in young companies have fallen, with 2,215 start-ups raising money in the United States in the last three months of 2019, the fewest since late 2016.
As the start-up boom deflates, tech is humbled
Product at Rappi

Felipe Villamarin

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Grability's First Employee. Rappi co-founder.

Juan Pablo Ortega

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Founder @Rappi, @rappi-1-1 • Studied at @Cornell University Johnson School Of Management
Total raised

$209M

Funded over

2 rounds

Latest round

Series D (Aug 2018)