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Angelica Mari

Angelica Mari is a Brazil-based journalist. She started working at age 15 as a computer instructor and began writing professionally about technology two years later. Since then, she has built a solid track-record of exclusive reporting and opinion published in leading publications globally, published books and created successful events, campaigns and communities online and offline. Angelica has lived, worked and studied overseas (Italy and UK) for a decade. After returning to São Paulo in 2011, she continued to focus on how technology impacts businesses and society. She is also the director at Content-e, a content production business serving technology firms worldwide through a network of highly skilled female technologists who faced challenges in re-entering the professional marketplace.

Articles by Angelica Mari

How contractual infrastructure dependencies almost killed off Brazilian fintech Neon Pagamentos This article is sponsored by:

Cooperation between fintechs and banks can sometimes go spectacularly wrong. We look at the case of Brazilian fintech Neon, who nearly collapsed along with its banking partner.

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Fit, function, market accessibility - meeting the fintech startup challenge This article is sponsored by:

A burgeoning fintech market is forcing fresh ways to address how startups match the needs of slow-moving banks. A variety of approaches are being tried. Here are some examples.

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