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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.

 

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Healthcare Startup Cohealo Raises $9M Series A Funding

Boston-based Cohealo announced it raised $9 million Series A round led by Romulus Capital and Miami-based Krillion Ventures. The funding was composed of both equity and convertible note financing. Cohealo is a cloud-based sharing platform that enables hospitals to more ...

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Yahoo Acquires Google Docs Alternative Bookpad

Yahoo has bought Bangalore-based Bookpad for an estimated US $8.3M (50 crore) according to The Economic Times. The startup that's barely a year old is led by the same makers of Docspad, a service aimed at developers looking to add document viewing, annotations, and...

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Miami-Based Symptify to Showcase at Health 2.0

South Florida's tech scene is starting to get noticed, especially when it comes to medical and health startups. Miami-based startup Symptify announced today that it has been invited to present at the prestigious 2014 Health 2.0 Annual Conference being held this week in Santa ...

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5 Tricks to Keep Your Personal Photos Safe

There is an ongoing debate about online privacy due to the recent iCloud hack that targeted celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, which lead to leaks of their private pictures on the web. Of course this is a terrible ordeal, but instead of...

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6 Damn Good Reasons to Startup in Buenos Aires

Che, it's true, Buenos Aires is a great place to startup! Given the city's low cost of living, high quality of technology talent, as well as being an excellent location choice for foreigners to live, Buenos Aires (also known as BA) is attracting more startups than...

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Amazon Acquires Video Site Twitch for USD $970M in Cash

Amazon just announced that it has agreed to acquire Twitch, a live-streaming service for videogame players, for  $970 million in cash.  According to The Wall Street Journal and The Information, the deal closes during the second half of this year. Google and Yahoo were ...