Following the campaign launched by the Embassy of Chile, Iolanda Pearse and Stephen Laide have been awarded to participate in Start-Up Chile with its digital platform Yuna, aimed at providing fully qualified advice from midwives to expectant mothers. Through their digital health platform, Yuna offers an on-demand maternity care service to guide you through your pregnancy and beyond.
Start-Up Chile (SUP) is a public startup accelerator created by the Chilean Government for high-potential entrepreneurs to bootstrap their startups and use Chile as a foundation. Today, Start-Up Chile is the leading accelerator in LATAM, among the TOP 10 globally, and one of the biggest and most diverse startup communities in the world. Start-Up Chile has been a global game changer. After it was created, 50 countries followed suit and created similar programs.
Since 2016, Start-Up Chile's new goals are to ensure that Chile remains a world hub for technological innovation and to be known as drivers of technological enterprises that impact the domestic economy positively.