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The duo aims to democratize the tools needed for everyone to become a content creator.
Founded last year, Guava aims to reduce the racial wealth gap by providing financial services to Black small businesses.
In the post-Roe era, some VC investors and founders believe the social definition of ESG investing should expand to incorporate pressing human rights issues such as reproductive healthcare.
TechCrunch conducted a vibe check with the women founders taking themselves and their companies to the front lines of the fight for abortion.
There are billions of dollars to invest, so all that's needed is to put more of that capital to work in the businesses of minority founders.
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The recent increase in conservative legislation and political division could affect the tech landscape, deterring workers from migrating to these hubs and causing an exodus of talent from red states.
Experts say that most recent deals were finalized months before macroeconomic challenges hit the global VC landscape. This means there’s a lag in what’s reported as the current state of VC in Afri
Debut Capital raised $1 million in three months. Its founder, Pilar Johnson, had no previous experience in the industry.
AI Squared integrates AI it into existing applications in a timely and straightforward manner.
Hamilton said this could have been avoided if the "system we work within were different."
"Clapping from the sidelines only goes so far."
On an institutional level, the onus for change lies on those with the power to make it happen.
Not shockingly, Black founders are seeing a decrease in funding this year.
Black Gen Zers are already starting their paths toward becoming top industry leaders.
"Women of color are the most founded, entrepreneurial demographic. They are just the least funded."
The next generation of investors, entrepreneurs and leaders are all in one place right now: TikTok.
E-commerce platform Gander announced today the closing of a $4.2 million seed round co-led by Harlem Capital and Crossbeam Venture Partners.
Founded by two Black women, Five to Nine helps companies manage their employee resource groups.
The pledge encourages VCs to invest a quarter of their funds into BIPOC women founders.