Two Black-owned DFW startups land funding from Google

bizjournals Tuesday, 6 October 2020
After being accepted into the inaugural Google for Startups Accelerator for Black Founders, two local companies have landed funding from the technology giant. Joining 76 other startups, Dallas-based Kanarys and McKinney’s ShearShare were selected for funding through the recently launched Google for Startups Black Founders Fund. While the amount of non-dilutive individual funding was not disclosed, when Google launched the $5 million fund in June, it said it would focus on providing up to $100,000…
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