One Reason Black Founders Don’t Get Enough Funding? Black VCs Don’t, Either

One Reason Black Founders Don’t Get Enough Funding? Black VCs Don’t, Either

The fact that African-American founders have limited access to investment has been well documented, but you might not know that that problem is replicated in the venture capital world, too. In recent years, several black-owned or -directed VC funds and firms have opened their doors, with a focus on minority- and women-owned businesses. But as it turns out, many VCs are hitting the same obstacle as the founders they’re trying to invest in: access to capital.

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How Can Cities Boost Minority-Owned Businesses? By Buying from Minority-Owned Businesses

How Can Cities Boost Minority-Owned Businesses? By Buying from Minority-Owned Businesses

Making Differences Matter: A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity

Making Differences Matter: A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity