The Be Nimble Foundation, Cummins Inc., the City of Indianapolis and IMPACT Central Indiana are behind the fund, says the Indianapolis Recorder .
The managing director of Latimer Ventures talks to Forbes about finding and funding great businesses.
The US Chamber’s extensive list showcases both broad-based programs and industry-specific funds.
The Crown Pitch event will also be a way to celebrate Juneteenth, says Knox News.
The founder of Sundial Brands wants to create an economic infrastructure, says Adweek.
Omaha 100 is aimed at minority small business owners who have previously lacked access to loans, reports EIN News.
The university’s fund will make available up to $200,000 per applicant, reports nola.com.
Pittsburgh-based Black Tech Nation is dedicated to fostering change and creating opportunities, reports Pittsburgh magazine.
In Good Housekeeping, these founders tell how they achieved funding and what they learned along the way.
Pier 70 Ventures aims to raise $100 million for its first fund, says GeekWire.
The store chain will provide funding to businesses run by founders in the retail industry, says the New York Times.
Small Business Trends rounds up the latest opportunities that can help level the entrepreneurial playing field.
Insider shows the step-by-step from Osahon Ojeaga, cofounder of hair extension startup Nourie, which raised $2.5 million in seed money.
California Health Care Foundation showcases accelerators that offer both financial and technical assistance.
Essence reports that Walmart’s grant to OVU will help provide retail-facing small businesses with the tools and resources they need to thrive.
Bank of America’s new program offers grants for SBA 504 and 7(a) commercial real estate loans for women and minority business owners.
Launched in 2020, Aspire also invests in venture funds led by diverse founders, says CRN.com.
Go Banking Rates rounds up resources that can be especially helpful for women and minorities.
JLH Social Impact Fund was founded by husband-wife team NBA star Jrue Holiday and retired soccer champ Lauren Cheney Holiday, says SI.
Nerd Wallet rounds up grants and sources to help small businesses bridge the funding gap.
Entrepreneurs can apply for loans of as much as $100,000, reports Public News Service.
Majority Black-owned MaC Venture Capital also notes that 36% of its portfolio companies are led by women founders, reports US News.
Ebiara has $11 million to provide early-stage capital to minority-owned companies, says Black Enterprise.
B2 catalogues VCs that are on a mission to improve the flow of capital to underrepresented groups.
Black Enterprise covers everything from presentations to exits.
Model D rounds up organizations that help Black entrepreneurs find loans, grants and other types of funding.
The world's largest Black-led venture capital fund, Base10 recently closed a new $460 million fund for early-stage investments.
Impact Ventures wants to make the city a hub for “under-estimated” founders, says Dallas Innovates. Above, Benjamin Vann, founder and CEO at Impact Ventures.
The Innovate Capital Growth Fund will invest in small business in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and other mid-Atlantic states, says The Philadelphia Inquirer.