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  • What is Figma anyway?

    In this issue of Verb’s newsletter, we discuss why Adobe offered $20 billion for startup Figma, the benefits of learning to code in high school, and the trillion dollars tech companies could make in Latin America

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  • Avo Hadjian is the new managing partner at Verb

    Make sure to send your congratulations and read the announcement to learn more about Avo’s career, which spans six countries—so far

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  • Will the Neobank Boom in Latin America Continue?

    Venture capitalists will be more selective this year, after a banner 2021, but there are plenty of reasons to be bullish on the future of fintech and neobanks in the region

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  • Career Tips from Odo

    A fictional anarchist from the future helps you understand the present

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  • Covid Opened the Virtual World to the Church

    In Newsletter #7, the Church adopts livestreaming, Google invests in Latin America, and PISA starts tracking computational thinking

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  • A VR Headset Unveils a Museum of Stolen Art

    Compass UOL brings back stolen masterpieces in a new application of the metaverse

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  • Millions of viewers at a fraction of the cost

    Thousands of creators your audience loves need new sponsors

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  • The Open Source Revolution Quietly Gains Ground in Latin America

    The technology is upending markets as diverse as banking, public services, and healthcare

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  • How to keep your online relationships fresh

    Customers who try automated service options fail to get help half the time. Avaya is doing something about it.

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  • His turn to keep it clean

    Elon Musk calls Twitter “the digital town square.” Will he open it up to all kinds of abuse, as some fear?

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