Video interviews from the Foro Latinoamericano de Inversión de Impacto, or FLII, are snapshots of the progress and maturity of impact investing in the region. (Thanks to Disruptivo.tv for help in producing the series.)
Hernán Fernández founded AngelVentures as one of Mexico’s first angel networks a decade ago while completing his MBA at MIT. Now comprising 400 angel investors, the firm has invested in 21 companies from its first, $20 million venture fund and is raising and deploying a second fund.
Rodrigo Villar and New Ventures Mexico are waking up private investors to the next wave of innovation taking hold in Mexican and Latin American startups: the one tackling mounting social and environmental challenges.