Start-up Chile Partners with Amadeus to Boost the Development of the Travel Industry Startups

In order to support its community of entrepreneurs, Start-Up Chile, one of the ten most important business accelerators worldwide, signed an agreement with Amadeus, the company that provides technology solutions for the travel industry, which has just launched the first regional program to support startups focused on tourism.

Start-Up Chile is a business acceleration program created by the Chilean government for high-potential entrepreneurs seeking to boost their startups. Currently, it is Latin America’s leading accelerator and among the top ten worldwide, and it has the largest and most diverse community of startups in the world. Start-Up Chile joins Amadeus, the technology provider for Latam’s leading online agencies, which has launched its first program for startups in the region.

Amadeus for Startups connects entrepreneurs with industry experts who will help them move forward in the process of development in a quick and professional manner, validate the business model, and accelerate its adoption. It will also give them the ability to connect and learn from the most successful cases through the Amadeus client network, which includes the leading online agencies in the region.

Those interested in being part of this innovative program should enter the official site of Amadeus for Startups and click here to fill in their registration form.

This first Amadeus program for Latin America offers travel entrepreneurs a solution for each stage and need, whether for online travel agents, travel content providers, IT entrepreneurs, or companies seeking support. Amadeus’s APIs will allow the travel startups to access one of the world’s largest repositories of travel records and the leading flight search technology.

We are proud to work in conjunction with one of the ten most important accelerators in the world. Through our leadership in the travel industry, as well as our solutions and human knowledge, we will help Start-Up Chile’s travel ventures to grow and expand with greater ease,” said Martín Luna, Sales Engineering Manager for Latin America & Caribbean.

Start-up Chile currently has a portfolio of more than 1300 startups and accepts around 300 companies per year through its three programs: The S Factory, Seed and Scale.

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