MITA (Mita Institute and Tech Accelerator) is a Venture Fund, a Forum (the MITA TechTalks), and a Business Accelerator. The MITA Institute isn’t just about technology and entrepreneurs or the construction of a venture ecosystem between the US and Mexico – MITA’s goal is to build an economy in the region that is based on innovation. In doing so, we will create sustainable economic development and improve the lives of many across the region.
MITA is the only fund of its type with a stellar advisory board and mix of successful investors deeply rooted in both Silicon Valley and Mexico.
MITA Venture Fund
MITA is focused on making investments in early-stage technology and Internet startups that demonstrate the potential to change the status quo. Our partners work directly with our teams to add value, and build these ideas game-changing companies. MITA provides much needed capital to young companies, through new sources of capital skilled at investing in technology, together with active mentorship. The MITA Fund is supported by its close ties to Silicon Valley and other key regions for tech innovation and investing, as well as opportunities for grants and public funding support. Read more
MITA has created a customized mentorship program tailored to support the unique needs of companies selected for seed investments, with our financial, academic, policy and organizational partners providing high-level networking and guidance. In addition, MITA has a highly skilled team of Mentors in Residence to offer assistance to our selected teams in areas including business planning, marketing, product design and IT/programming assistance. Read more
The MITA TechTalks drives the expansion of entrepreneurship and tech innovation in Mexico and Latin America. The MITA TechTalks 2012 proved itself as a uniting force in the entrepreneurial ecosystem across the U.S. and Mexico – with all TechTalks sessions available on demand. Be a part of a game-changing conversation – TechTalks 2013 was held on November 18-21 in Punta Mita, Mexico Read more
The initiatives in which you are working in latin america are the most effective to promote sustainable economic development. Not only for its direct effect on the creation of high productivity businesses, but also because it gives opportunities to new entrepreneurs, and by doing so builds a more inclusive society.Dr. Lorenza Martinez
Undersecretary of Economy-Mexico, regarding MitaTechTalks