Focus Area: LatinX Founders
Accessity’s mission is to open doors of financial opportunity for entrepreneurs, particularly people of color, women, and immigrants. By providing educational support and term loans from $300 to $100,000, it helps entrepreneurs start or grow their small businesses.
A nationwide angel network committed to find, fund and grow the most promising Hispanic and Latinx ventures.
Debut Capital invests in Black, Latinx and Indigenous founders, creating influential businesses that will shape our future into the revolutionary world it’s meant to be.
Overlooked Ventures supports founders who operate early-stage technology companies who are historically overlooked and provide them capital, resources, and connections to scale their business.
Founders First is committed to increasing the number of diverse founder-led businesses generating over $1 million dollars in revenues and creating premium wage jobs.
We invest capital and resources in high-growth startups founded by Black and Latinx entrepreneurs. We believe entrepreneurs historically left out of traditional investment funnels are building the companies of tomorrow.
Launched in June 2020, the SB Opportunity Fund invests in U.S. companies led by founders and entrepreneurs of color at the seed, venture, and growth stages that use technology to reimagine traditional business models and create new ones.
The Minority Entrepreneurship Institute is a seed-stage impact investing fund that hosts annual pitch competitions for Black, Latinx, and female founders.
Versatile Venture Capital backs early-stage companies which help investors generate alpha and succeed. For example, we’re investors (via prior funds) in alternative data, investment research, back-office tech, marketplaces for private companies, and salestech to help gather assets.
Panoramic Ventures opens new doors for founders, giving more entrepreneurs access to capital to build leading tech companies. We are building on our decades of experience as founders and investors to support underserved geographies and overlooked founders.