“We are very happy with the opportunity to be part of such a renowned group. This is a reward for our hard work in education, and the proof that we are on the right track when using technology for our students to achieve their goals,” said Marco Fisbhen, the president of Descomplica.
“Entering this renowned list proves that Cargo X’s technological differentials are important not only for our sector, but also for the whole society, especially at a time when road transport becomes even more essential in Brazil to guarantee supply during the pandemic,” said Federico Vega, the founder of Cargo X.
The other two Latin American companies on the World Economic Forum list are Chilean NotCo, a plant-based food startup, and Argentine Ripio, a fintech that manages digital wallets to store, buy or sell cryptocurrencies.
The list brings together companies that are trying to solve global problems with cutting edge technology and that have the potential to be big decision-makers in the future.
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