Starting a business from scratch takes a lot of work — not to mention capital. A startup initiative from Google is helping Black and Latino entrepreneurs reach their goals. This year, five Chicagoans were awarded $150,000 each for their startups. The winners include Certiverse, an online exam development system; Speeko, a speech
LOS ANGELES — When it comes to designing workout clothes, details matter for entrepreneur Mitchella Gilbert. “We have flat-locked seams which really help prevent irritation,” she said while holding up a pair of leggings she designed. What You Need To Know Mitchella Gilbert is the CEO of OYA Femtech Apparel, a company she co-founded while
Equity League director Israel Squires Last updated on December 16th, 2020 at 01:17 pmThe Green Bay Packers, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Milwaukee Brewers are used to picking plays independently, but a new collaborative effort has
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Often faced with hostile boardrooms and panels that are 95 percent to 100 percent white male, it's fair to say that as a female visible minority, I've not had the easiest of rides while looking for investment since I founded my company in 2013.
Ventract, LLC – Minority-Owned ‘Tech Startup Is in a Race to Be the First Artificial Intelligent Property Management Procurement Officer’
NORWALK, Conn., February 22, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ventract has been a breath of fresh air in the Property Management Industry, which has relied on an outdated and cost-intensive approach when contracting projects. Property management companies typically are required to receive 3 bids or more in larger scale projects. Thus, creating a months-long process
A metro Detroit startup is among those selected to participate in a $5 million fund for Latino-led companies.Silicon Valley software giant Google on Monday announced the 50 companies from around the country selected to participate in its first Latino Founders Fund. Among the companies selected was ToDooly, formerly ToDoolie, a Grosse
Yamillet Payano wins tech startup prize from Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Israeli Consulate
CHICAGO (CBS) -- Congratulations go out to an innovator who learned all about tech startups from the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.Yamillet Payano won a competition in Chicago, sponsored by the chamber and the Israeli Consulate, for alums of the chamber's Latinx incubator. CBS 2 spoke to Payano about
Hispanic Heritage Month (which runs from September 15 to October 15) seeks to highlight the contributions of people of Hispanic origin in the United States, and in that spirit, this list puts the spotlight on some of the most influential in the technology sector. Special emphasis is placed on those who
Texas Tech Among Consortium of Universities Forming Hispanic Opportunity Alliance | Texas Tech Today
The Alliance’s goals are to double the number of Hispanic doctorates and increase the number of Hispanic professors by 20 percent.