Collab Capital closes $50 million fund to help foster Black innovation

Collab Capital, an early-stage investment fund focused on start-ups led by Black founders, announced the close of their inaugural $50 million fund. With limited partners including Apple, Goldman Sachs, Google, PayPal, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Kapor Foundation, Mailchimp and others, this announcement is important to Collab Capital’s mission to build generational wealth by investing financial, human, and social capital […]Collab Capital, an early-stage investment fund focused on start-ups led by Black founders, announced the close of their inaugural $50 million fund. With limited partners including Apple, Goldman Sachs, Google, PayPal, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Kapor Foundation, Mailchimp and others, this announcement is important to Collab Capital’s mission to build generational wealth by investing financial, human, and social capital […]Read MoreThe Atlanta Voice

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