Google invests in six Brazilian startups led by blacks
Startups of games, sports and legal solutions will receive contributions from the Black Founders Fund, a Google fund dedicated to reducing racial inequality.
The six selected startups are founded and led by blacks and are in five Brazilian states: Bahia, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Rio and São Paulo.
Three companies had already received contributions from the fund: Afropolitan, Creators and TrazFavela. With the new round, the number of startups invested by the fund reaches nine. The expectation is to make 30 investments by the end of 2021 – a total of R $ 5 million will be invested.
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