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Morning Coffee: Submit your article!

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish)

Contxto – I’m thrilled to say that we’re approaching our first anniversary in rude health. And because we‘re truly grateful to our readership, we want to share that prosperity with you.

Back in December 2018, when we wrote our very first blog entry, Contxto was just a one-man show. Fortunately, things started taking off quickly, capturing the attention of readers who became a loyal audience. And not just any audience; most of you are up there with the best in terms of insight into this Latin American startup world of ours.

In those early days, that same audience started to share their articles with us to publish on our blog. It may sound cliché, but we just didn’t have the bandwidth to handle it all at the time.

Contxto is now a team of nine people (and growing), so we are now able to handle more requests and guest articles. For that reason, we’re launching a new weekly section for you to showcase your knowledge.

Every Thursday, you’ll see a blue-branded article early in the day. That’ll be our “Morning Coffee” section. There you’ll find opinion columns, informative articles, and just good old-fashioned interesting reads from submitted pieces sent to our editorial team. Of course, there will be some filters to overcome, but we know you’re more than up to scratch. 

If you’re interested, send us your article. Reach out to editor@contxto.com. Ask for our editorial guidelines and give it a try. We promise to read every single submission, but we don’t promise to publish them all. It’s not a coin flip: If your content is really good, it’ll be published.


Victor Cortéshttps://www.contxto.com/
CEO & Co-Founder of Contxto. Passionate about tech, startups and venture capital. I eat sushi five times a week.

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