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This week Apple launched its first Entrepreneur Camp for Latin American entrepreneurs, in which it invited founders of nine companies from different countries in the region to be able to create “the next generation of cutting-edge apps.”
In a statement, Lisa Jackson, vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives at Apple, said that the firm is “very happy to enhance the impact of the Entrepreneur Camp with the incorporation of this new generation of technological Latinos.”
“It is an honor to be able to join these founders and developers in their efforts to create amazing apps that connect, inform and inspire us,” he added.
In this intensive technology lab, developers can receive personalized programming guidance from Apple experts and engineers, so they can accelerate the development of their applications.
Participants also receive mentorship, “inspiration” and insights from tech company leaders.
The first Entrepreneur Camp was held in 2019 and since its inception it has been aimed at companies that are dedicated to applications founded and led by developers with little experience in the world of technology. The first generation was focused on founders and developers, while last year the company welcomed its first group of black founders.
In this link you can meet all the entrepreneurs who will be part of the first Entrepreneur Camp oriented only for Hispanic and Latino developers, and in the site from Apple discover some of the applications that have been developed by these entrepreneurial leaders and that can now be downloaded from the App Store.