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Adolfo Babatz worked as an advisor to the CEO of Grupo Kuo as soon as he finished his degree in business administration. Later he was an analyst at The Carlyle Group. After this work, he started an MBA at MIT. Upon completing his graduate degree, he worked with PayPal in San Francisco, CA and was in charge of starting the company's operations in Mexico.
In PayPal, Babatz obtained the necessary experience to innovate in the development of new payment methods. He also met Vilash Poolava, who would be his partner in Clip.
Adolfo Babatz looked for a way for more businesses in Mexico to accept
Bank cards. With help Vilash Poolava, he developed the Clip prototype. Babatz resigned from PayPal in 2013 to dedicate himself to Clip, a company that in the first years grew by 800%.
Clip converts any smartphone into a banking terminal. This product solves a problem in Mexico, where a large percentage of the population is not banked but does have a cell phone. Also, the customers of the shops can pay in installments and with any card, regardless of the issuing bank. Thanks to the ease of accepting cards, businesses can increase their sales by up to 30%.
Clip has received more than 160 million dollars of financing.
Adolfo Babatz received Endeavor recognition as Entrepreneur of the year in 2017. Expansión placed him on his list of 30 entrepreneurs in the 30s.
Blanca Treviño is CEO and founder of Softtek, a Mexican company of Software Development.
Gerardo Obregón is the founder and CEO of Prestadero, a Mexican Fintech of P2P lending.
Manuel Redondo is a Mexican entrepreneur who has sought to advance the development of smart cities in Latin America.
Cristina de la Peña is the Synapbox founding entrepreneur. Synapbox allows analyzing the reaction of the population to propaganda more easily.