Min Capital: $50,000

June 17, 2023

The BFM Fund (Black Founders Matter)

The BFM Fund is a seed-stage venture fund that prioritizes Black and innovative founders who create impactful ventures and business models. We invest in companies within the United States and are industry-agnostic with B2B and B2C companies in our portfolio.

August 9, 2022

Masters Fund

We are women who have invested in tech startups for 10+ years, with 4 exits and $475 million in generated revenue.

March 21, 2022

Texas Mezzanine Fund, Inc.

TMF focuses on emerging businesses that have sound management, the potential for growth, a clear strategy for being profitable, and that demonstrate an ability to repay the loan.

February 2, 2022

Genius Guild

Genius Guild is on a mission to make sure businesses and ideas rooted in Black excellence and success are funded. We are kicking the old way of doing venture capital to the curb—one genius at a time.

January 25, 2022

Brown Venture Group

Brown Venture Group, LLC is a venture capital firm exclusively for Black, Latinx, and Indigenous technology startups. Our target audience is Black , Latinx, and Indigenous tech inventors looking to found startups in emerging technologies.

September 21, 2021

Zane Venture Fund

Fueling innovation through inclusive investing.

September 15, 2021

Northern Maine Development Commission

Northern Maine Development Commission (NMDC) is a membership organization comprised of participating communities and counties in the Aroostook Washington Economic Development District. NMDC provides federal and state services at the regional and local levels.

Four Bands Community Fund

We offer a range of business loan products to help entrepreneurs in any stage of business development. Whether you are just starting up or are an established firm looking for a line of credit, we can help you.

ID Ventures

ID Ventures, backed by Invest Detroit, is a prominent inclusive-focused investor in Detroit’s startup scene. They support Michigan-based companies, investing in diverse sectors, nurturing the state’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, and creating long-term economic growth.

Enterprise Center Capital Corporation

The Enterprise Center has a rich and diverse practice supporting minority entrepreneurs and under-resourced communities spanning more than three decades. Our clients and partners trust us to advise and deliver on transformative economic development connected to minority business growth cycles and community wealth-building initiatives. We invest in people and projects at the heart of business and communities in the belief that aligning capital with expertise is the strongest pathway to economic wealth and prosperity.

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