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Brazil Startup Ideas

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A Brazilian startup that helps fix cars via its app.


A mobile-only bank account for Brazil. A tiered account that allows individuals to pay bills and receive transfers.


Muyu is a startup based in Brazil that wants to help companies automate their invoices. The startup has a feature-rich platform where users can drag and drop invoices and attachments, and renew them automatically.


This startup, which is a subsidiary of a government agency in Brazil, is focused on building technology to provide transparency into the country’s elections.


This Brazilian startup is building a tool that helps make B2B sales more efficient. It’s an app that helps sales teams automate parts of the sales process.


A startup that provides accounting software to small businesses. They started in late 2017 and have already launched in Brazil and the Philippines.


A startup that helps companies in Brazil manage all of their consumer credit with the help of a single dashboard.


An online retailer of small business supplies that's trying to take on Amazon. The company is based in Brazil, which is where they say 85% of small businesses are located.


Fintech company for unbanked and underbanked customers in Latin America and Brazil.


Say Hello is a video messaging app for the deaf community in the US. The company is looking to expand internationally, and has expanded to Brazil and Germany.


A tool for hotels to keep track of their assets and track down items that are lost, stolen, or damaged. The startup is already working with hotels in Brazil and Colombia and wants to expand to other Latin American markets as well.


A tool for marketers to promote products on site and social media. The startup is based in Brazil.


Another digital banking app for Brazil, offering a new way for micro-businesses to manage their financials.


A digital health system that connects people with health professionals in their home country. The startup just launched in Brazil in May.


 A new kind of e-banking system for Latin America, which is designed to improve the experience of active bank customers. The company plans to launch in Brazil in the next few months and expand thereafter.


A startup that is building a new type of credit card for low-income people by partnering with an NGO in Brazil to give these people access to credit for groceries, utilities, and gas.


A digital bank for small businesses in Latin America. The startup’s first product is a mobile app for small businesses in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico.


A company that helps students pay for tuition with a prepaid debit card, available to any in the US. The startup has built a “pay to school” system that works with any college, university, or trade school. The startup doesn’t operate in Brazil.


A startup that wants to build a marketplace where people can trade used computers. It’s already started in Brazil but wants to expand into other countries.


A real estate brokerage that helps people buy and sell homes in Brazil. The startup makes it possible to get an apartment in Brazil in under 30 minutes. It currently has 1,500 agents, but wants to expand to other countries.


A “social network for bikers” looking to expand to Brazil.


A digital platform for professionals who want to build their own investment portfolios. The idea is to make investing easier for the average person, and the company is working to make investing more accessible across Brazil.


Business software for small and medium companies. The company says it’s working with more than 1,000 companies in the US, Brazil, and Canada.


Food delivery service that has set its sights on winning over consumers in Brazil.


While this is a new company, the founders’ past experience and work on other startups and products and their location in São Paulo, Brazil, makes it an interesting choice.


A company that wants to help countries and states track and improve their charts of accounts. Some of the startup’s targets include the UK and Brazil.


This startup is building a global network of sports stadiums. It’s first project is in Brazil, where it is partnering with an insurance company to run a stadium that hosts games for the local soccer league. The startup is also working with a real estate developer to build a sports stadium in China.


An SMS-based financial service that helps people access money in Brazil.


A company that helps companies like Unilever, Nestle, and PepsiCo in Brazil track their shipments to make their supply chains more efficient.


A project backed by the President of Brazil to develop the country’s cabs.


A startup that wants to help in-home care providers track patients’ needs, be it in the form of groceries or home medical equipment. The startup launched in Brazil, and plans to expand to other countries.


Idea: A software company that helps businesses run online meetings In Brazil, it’s primarily used by churches


Idea: A software company that helps banks run call centers more efficiently The company is currently working with two banks in Brazil


Idea: A startup for home-improvement services in Brazil. Helps users find and pay trusted contractors to do things like paint their house, or put up a fence.


Idea: A startup based in Brazil that is building an online auction house for used cars.


Idea: A non-profit in Brazil that provides free financial planning to low-income families. The startup works with banks to offer credit to qualifying customers, and works with the family to create a plan for them to pay it back. They already work with 8 banks and offer credit to 300 families.


Idea: A startup that wants to become the Stripe of Brazil. It has a payments solution to help anyone accept payments online and in-person.


Idea: A Brazilian startup that wants to be the Stripe of Brazil, helping e-commerce companies accept credit card payments.