Min Capital: $500,000
Concrete Rose invests financial and social capital into exceptional ventures led by underrepresented founders of color, founders addressing the needs of underrepresented consumers of color, and founders with a demonstrated commitment to creating inclusive cultures and building diverse teams.
The Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) is an economic development resource scaling MBEs in the Midwest Region through advisory and investment support. The MBA Fund supports minority entrepreneurs in securing equity and flexible debt capital for their in-organic & organic growth needs.
Benchstrength is an early stage venture capital firm focused on investing in technology companies that transform business and uplift communities. Based in NYC, Benchstrength invests in software and technology-enabled businesses across enterprise, consumer, fintech, and healthcare.
Collide Capital is a Black-owned firm ushering in a new era of VC where opportunities go to the most deserving, not the most privileged. Collide Capital equips founders with resources, knowledge networks, and hands-on operational support for a successful exit.
Catalyzing the next wave of global innovation by investing in underrepresented founders disrupting the status quo in fintech, commerce and SaaS.
Candou is an early seed round firm focused on supporting entrepreneurs with unique and defensible ideas. We are uniquely positioned to help shape your plans into investable businesses, fund your seed round and then help you raise money from tier-one VCs.
True Wealth Ventures invests in women-led companies with healthy or sustainability impacts at the core of their value propositions.
The GC team embraces our responsibility to create a sense of belonging for all races, genders and backgrounds across our industry, while bearing in mind that as a firm, we must create greater access—to capital, to the critical resources that transform an idea into a sustainable business, and to mentorship.
Collab Capital was founded by three experienced founders, operators, and investors who collectively decided to solve the problem of capital access for Black entrepreneurs.