Chihuahua Capital: Startup Savefruit wins second place in global competition
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - The startup Savefruit, originally from Chihuahua Capital, won second place in the global competition Startup World Cup, held in San Francisco, California.
The company, founded by young Ricardo Valles, a recent graduate of Tecnológico de Monterrey, focuses on the preservation of fruits and vegetables in their transfer to other countries through proprietary technology.
"This achievement is a testament to the talent, dedication and innovation flowing in the entrepreneurial community in Mexico," said Valles. "It fills us with pride to have achieved second place in this global competition, showing the world the potential of Mexican innovation."
For Chihuahua Capital, this achievement not only highlights Savefruit's potential, but also underscores Mexico's ability to be a center of innovation and entrepreneurship worldwide.
The Startup World Cup competition brought together more than 50 participants from around the world, who presented their projects from November 29 to December 1. Savefruit was one of the two Mexican teams that made it to the finals.
The Municipal Government of Chihuahua Capital congratulated Savefruit for its achievement and recognized the support of the business community, sponsors and governmental support, which have been key elements that have allowed companies like Savefruit to reach new heights.